Gra ph food
For many travellers food and, of course, drink are among the major reasons for travelling. Photograph food whenever you find it, but try to shoot creatively, avoiding the sort of record shots you find on the menu of a greasy spoon cafe. As with all photography, choose an angle that will show a significant background for context, and use a wide aperture to give a shallow depth of field to render the background out of focus. Photograph ingredients before they are cooked, and always try to charm your way into the kitchen in traditional restaurants. Not only can you be rewarded with great shots of the cooking, you will get a good idea of the likelihood of contracting food poisoning. Street food is a fantastic thing to eat, and much easier to photograph, as everything is cooked and prepared in front of you. Shoot a close-up food shot to begin with, and then go for an action portrait of the person doing the cooking.
EXPOSURE 1/1000 sec, f/7.1, ISO100
LENS Nikon AF-S 300mm f/4