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Yes, natural light is amazing on food, but for artificial light, it’s best to soften the light as much as you can, so you don’t create really harsh shadows on your food.
For these two dishes I cooked: carbonara & rigatoni, I made use of the white walls in my apartment. I used my external flash and pointed it directly at the wall to diffuse the light. If you don’t have white walls, you can definitely just get a white foam board, or anything similar and diffuse your light using that!
and most importantly, eating!
Of course! You can grab the guide here, and link it back on that same page.
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I’m always on Manual mode, so I have control over the aperture and the shutter speed at all times. ISO’s always on 200, unless I’m in a low lit environment, then I push up the numbers a bit. Not so sure if this is the answer you’re looking for, but could you be a bit more specific? I’d be happy to help out.