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Comments Entry 7: What Food has Taught Me

  • Cloudberry1 year ago#75749154Yo, this is a fricking beautiful post.
    I felt like you took us on your travels and showed us what you have been doing in the last seven months and along the way, you've showed us some dazzling, beautiful, magical, and smile-inducing works.
    Despite at your frustration at plateau'ing, you managed to keep honing, sharping, and refining your skills — to create one heck of a whimsical and amusing photo of the floating macaron and cones with the nendos!!!
    I'm happy for you that you fell back in love and reignited your passion for photography!! It's pretty inspiring that, even now, you're still going to keep honing your craft.
    Also, congrats on entering the competition!!! I wish you the very best and I'm sure everyone here will be looking foward to your future works.


    Thank you for taking the time to write such kind words ^^

    I am fairly young, so I feel as though my photography ordeals are just beginning. I hope to earn the recognition I've been able to amass over the last two years. This is only the beginning as they say and I look forward to the future!
    1 year ago
    LittlePisces1 year ago#75748937Just remembered that you're the same person who made that Miku story series. So talented. ♡

    I'm surprised people remember it ^^

    When I look back at that photo series I actually cringe a little bit for some reason. A lot of the photos just weren't that great. The series itself wasn't that great either to be honest. But after having returned the article that I wrote regarding its creation, I remembered as to why it was so importamt to me to begin with.

    Anywho, thank you for taking the time to comment! ^^
    1 year ago
    galablue1 year ago#75748703Your work is beautiful. I love seeing how much time and effort you take into your setups. I absolutely love your bread photography -- it's making me hungry! I am so happy you are having fun with it but also reaching further and further with your technical abilities.
    Just wondering, are you ever worried about damaging a figure during a photoshoot? My first instinct seeing Miku in the blueberries was me worried that they would pop on her and somehow stain her x)


    Thank you for taking the time to comment.

    I've placed my figures in more dangerous places than in a few berries, so I wasn't too concerned about the staining really. When it comes down to it, I use all of my figures for photography, so if I chicken out of a particular shot because I think it might be too dangerous, then I just miss out on a potentially awesome photo!

    Besides, I have two of that particular Miku anyways hehe ^^
    1 year ago
    evenstar881 year ago#75748549I am no expert on photography, but your work is beautiful. (love the falling macaroons photo) And congratulations for being chosen to participate in the exhibition!
    This article is a fresh breath of air, following a recently deleted photography-related article that wasn't very nice to read. I hope your photos encourage people to take up the hobby (as you were by the 2nd photo), and I will be here to appreciate the visuals :)
    Good luck!


    Thank you for your comment! Yes, I heard that there was a rather unpleasant article floating around here recently about the proper (?) way to take figure photos. People can do whatever they feel leads to self improvement so long as it doesn't put other people down. When I started this hobby, I convinced myself that my singular goal was to inspire some other photographers to pick up the hobby for themselves. Hopefully that day will come ^^
    1 year ago
    Food and figures - 2 of my favorite things. :D I think you did a great job capturing your passion for it in your photos. You put a lot of work in it and the result came out great. You can be proud of yourself. I think the result could easily be an ad for a japanese café.

    Keep up the good work.
    1 year ago
    Yo, this is a fricking beautiful post.

    I felt like you took us on your travels and showed us what you have been doing in the last seven months and along the way, you've showed us some dazzling, beautiful, magical, and smile-inducing works.

    Despite at your frustration at plateau'ing, you managed to keep honing, sharping, and refining your skills — to create one heck of a whimsical and amusing photo of the floating macaron and cones with the nendos!!!

    I'm happy for you that you fell back in love and reignited your passion for photography!! It's pretty inspiring that, even now, you're still going to keep honing your craft.

    Also, congrats on entering the competition!!! I wish you the very best and I'm sure everyone here will be looking foward to your future works.
    1 year ago
    Just remembered that you're the same person who made that Miku story series. So talented. ♡
    1 year ago
    Your work is beautiful. I love seeing how much time and effort you take into your setups. I absolutely love your bread photography -- it's making me hungry! I am so happy you are having fun with it but also reaching further and further with your technical abilities.

    Just wondering, are you ever worried about damaging a figure during a photoshoot? My first instinct seeing Miku in the blueberries was me worried that they would pop on her and somehow stain her x)
    1 year ago
    I am no expert on photography, but your work is beautiful. (love the falling macaroons photo) And congratulations for being chosen to participate in the exhibition!

    This article is a fresh breath of air, following a recently deleted photography-related article that wasn't very nice to read. I hope your photos encourage people to take up the hobby (as you were by the 2nd photo), and I will be here to appreciate the visuals :)

    Good luck!
    1 year ago
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