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  #211 Food for Humans
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view from the inside       ©2019 dk
Panasonic DMC-GM5       4th place, 100 points
1s, f8, ISO 400, ?, Aperture Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: minor crop and sharpen in ACR
enhance central brightness and contrast
select coils (and their reflection) and add red color
      Extra Info: Chicken as seen from back of oven. The bird was ready to land on my plate.
 
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Lo
Feb 5, 2019
    Great job of pp on the coils. Really creative approach.

jomari
Feb 4, 2019
    Congrats on a good finish, and thank you for enlightening us as to how you achieved this. Very creative!

RobertLavker
Feb 4, 2019
    This was my 1st place. Love the creativity.

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mrsawyer
Feb 4, 2019
    Ingenious how you "lit" the upper coils to simulate a hot oven!!!

dk
Feb 4, 2019
    No cameras (or upper extremities) were harmed in the taking of this photo! Oven was cold. Camera, wearing its fisheye lens, was set to 10 sec timer. Then it was placed in back of oven and the door was shut. The "hot" coils are thanks to PS; selected them and changed the dark gray to orange/red. It did taste very good, Lo ;]
Edited on Feb 4, 2019

Lo
Feb 3, 2019
    I can't say I find the chicken too appetizing -but you've really captured my attention with your creative and unusual perspective. Excellent lighting and detail - well done.

jomari
Feb 3, 2019
    You had your camera in the back of a hot oven? Wow! Good, unusual pov.

ysal
Feb 3, 2019
    Please share in outtakes how you did this without destroying your camera.

aoc46
Feb 2, 2019
    Neat concept - love the strong sense of receding space. Darkening everything but the chicken and the heating coils, plus adding a vignette, would make the image less busy and really dramatic.

Old Finn
Feb 2, 2019
    Interesting picture. Did you set the camera behind the oven? In my favorites.

RobertLavker
Feb 1, 2019
    Extremely clever take on this theme. What lens did you use? High in my favs.
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