I finally found a simple white cake stand at Target (on clearance!) so I took out all my white dishes to assess my collection. I don’t actually eat on these (except for the ramekins), I mainly use them for my food photography. Normally I’m not a fan of white dinnerware, but seeing them all sitting out together, I can see the appeal. And I can’t deny that food looks better on white than it does on any of my beloved colorful fiestaware.
If you’re looking to get into food photography, a few simple white dishes is a good place to start. I got almost all of these from Target for about $2-4 each, so you don’t need to spend a lot of money to get a nice clean look in your food photos.
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I went out for a walk, with no intention of taking pictures, but I got a quarter a mile or more down the road before I really regretted not having my camera because the clouds in the sky were so interesting. So I pretty much ran back to the house to get my camera and got this progression of photos that shows a huge dark cloud moving over the area. In the space of about 30 minutes it went from bright and sunny to almost night as the dark clouds came in and enveloped everything.
I wound up getting the shot of the bee by accident. I was just shooting away and I noticed afterward that the bee was there. I love when that happens!