Starting the post with these yummy things
Last week I did photography for a graduation ceremony! It was for a culinary school, which explains the excellent catering. I think I took as many pictures of food as people.
There was so much good food for the guests everywhere, I couldn’t stop being impressedI’d never seen an event with such a well-prepared spread. As expected of culinary studentsThe juniors actually came at 4am to prepare everything.
I really admire the quality they put into their food! It all seemed perfectly professional in my eyes. And in my mouthWhen there’re trays and trays of yummy desserts all around, you cave in eventually. But I still took my photo-taking seriously (in between bites). It’s a considerable achievement because out of the entire spread I only ate two macarons.
It was a feast for my lens instead. Food photography is seriously fun. I might have taken an unnecessary amount of macaron photos.
Seeing the way the students prepared and set up all those food made me think how great it was that there are schools that let you study exactly what you want to do. It’s great to have a dream
The students I saw were so clear about what they were doing, I wonder if I’m able to be that dedicated too. I want to produce amazing things the way they bake their pastries.
Like my photosThere’s a lot to work hard on there.
Sorry to say I’m fairly amazed by myself for not eating more than two bites of desserts. It’d be great if I could take photos for a food event next timeOr get invited to another culinary school graduation.
I took a few quick snaps with my phone too
What a difference. Oh, there were mooncakes too‘Tis the Mid-Autumn Festival season. So those are the wonderful sweets I had the privilege of photographing (and the graduates, of course).
Some iPhone pictures from this week!
Also I updated to iOS 7 and I adore the new design. It’s so clean
Well then I’ll end here today.