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    i have really been into making sushi lately (cucumber, carrot, and avacado), so it naturally became a nice project for a strobist beginner. overall i think these are ok efforts, but my biggest frustration is that the rice is too washed out. tips for correcting this another time?

    this frame used a black matte finished poster board as a sweep. i got the idea for this from the post on strobist about using a black tile semi-gloss tile. i did have troubles getting rid of unwanted reflections in some of the wider angle shots though, when using it as a sweep.

    strobist data: homemade collasible macro studio. sb-600 fired at 1/16 from right hand side. white bounce angled 45 degrees from upper left. ISO 200, f 5.6, 1/400th sutter. The sb-600 was triggered with a PC cable. i am still waiting on my ebay triggers. (thanks for the reminder carlos)

    ak jellie bean, shoesaphone, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Ken Reppart 98 months ago | reply

      i think this one is my favorite of the bunch. nice job!

    2. dontbesostubborn [deleted] 98 months ago | reply

      this is really beautiful despite its imperfections.

    3. carlos.benjamin 98 months ago | reply

      Reminder: The strobist group requires info on how off-camera flash units are being triggered.

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    4. imwearingcons 98 months ago | reply

      plenty of imperfections for sure, but so tasty! i will have to re-shoot sushi someday when i am better at making it.

    5. Krissi AKA Kiki 98 months ago | reply

      will you make me sushi when i come home? please please please!!

    6. Wendy Brosier Photography 97 months ago | reply

      You can make sushi for us ANYTIME. :)

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