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Chert

#41: Post by Chert »

Keeping it moving and with intention for more intentional effort, available light iPhone 6s:



Morning patio spro
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happycat

#42: Post by happycat »

Today, home-roasted Yrgacheffe sourced at a local Ethiopian market, homemade sourdough croissant, and homemade Mandora jam came together in a satisfying afternoon break.




Mediocre pic, but it goes with my anti-instagram philosophical bent. I bought some pretty croissants yesterday. Cost a fortune and looked gorgeous but pretty flavourless. Inspired me to make my own.
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#43: Post by Ken5 »

I like how the mandoro jar extends past the table, gives the photo extra depth!

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#44: Post by godlyone »

happycat wrote:Today, home-roasted Yrgacheffe sourced at a local Ethiopian market, homemade sourdough croissant, and homemade Mandora jam came together in a satisfying afternoon break.

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Mediocre pic, but it goes with my anti-instagram philosophical bent. I bought some pretty croissants yesterday. Cost a fortune and looked gorgeous but pretty flavourless. Inspired me to make my own.
How do you make homemade croissants? I heard it is quite difficult!

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#45: Post by LBIespresso » replying to godlyone »

I see you are in NYC. I took a class with my family here: https://www.ateliersucreny.com/

Not too hard to do but like the saying about watching a sausage being made...so much butter :shock:
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mdmvrockford

#46: Post by mdmvrockford »

Espresso and Scotch pairing (espresso consumed first then Scotch).

Espresso is El Salvador Finca Kilimanjaro home-roasted (Full City ) by fellow HB forum member. Grinder is Helor 106. Espresso brewer is recently acquired Cafelat Robot Barista.

Scotch is Glenlivet Nadurra American White Oak cask.

Goal of composition:
Have to pick one mainfocus so this photograph main focal point is the Glenlivet Nadurra (Scotch). I know this is an espresso forum. But it makes sense to put primary focus on the Scotch as bottle is taller (slightly) than the Robot. Secondary focus is on the Cafelat Robot espresso brewer and its product (espresso in Bodum demitasse). Tertiary focus is Helor 106. Grinder included b.c. we HB forum members know grinder is very important for exceptional espressso. But Helor 106 is too short to be primary focus point.

Specifics of photograph:
Camera: Samsung Galaxy S20 5G on tripod.

Camera settings: F2.0 (non adjustable), ISO 1600, 1/13sec, 5.90mm, 4100K white balance, no flash. Portrait camera mode.

Lighting : all artificial continous (LED 5000K CRI>92)
(a) one left side of frame
(b) 2nd light on left 45 degrees diagonal to Glenlivet Scotch bottle.

Modifiers: diffusion screen in front of side light.

There is still much to do with photograph e.g. reflections of red enamel paint of espresso brewer. And composition still "busy." Future photograph of these items will likely remove Helor 106.


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ducats

#47: Post by ducats »

A7r2 and CV 110 2.5 APO Macro
heavy downsampling :(




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HB
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#48: Post by HB »

Another day at the home office.

Dan Kehn

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#49: Post by mgrayson »



This is not a staged photo. It really happened just like this. I obviously need coffee before I make coffee.

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#50: Post by braxtonjens »



I'm a coffee enthusiast as well as a photography geek.
Shooting on a canon crop sensor with vintage glass.
“Coffee is always a good idea”
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