Which DSLR for Professional Product and Food Photography - part II

Started May 9, 2014 | Discussions thread
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smafdy Regular Member • Posts: 494
Re: Which DSLR for Professional Product and Food Photography - part II
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The easiest way is to NOT cook the turkey, at all. Go over a raw bird with Kitchen Bouquet until the desired color is achieved (no point in burning the drumsticks or cracking/shrinking the skin).

The raw bird is then placed in the setting (wearing gloves, unless you want to get good and sick), and shot.

If you want to show a slice of the bird being carved, you carve the raw meat with a very sharp knife, and "cook" the surface of the visible cut portions with a kitchen torch.

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