08. Feta Cheese A lighter and brighter look will be achieved with the styling and photography in this wonderful module. Comments November 8, 2017 Log in to Reply Micaela Fiorellini I love this video! Thank you Karl to let me know all your lighting tricks. I am learning so much. Anya, thank you too. This is the best course I have ever attended. November 10, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thank you Micaela for your kind words, of course it is great for us to get such feedback. Please tell your friends so we can grow our community and bring you even more! 🙂 December 5, 2017 Log in to Reply Micaela Fiorellini Hi Karl. Could I know how much I should be charged with a photo like this? For example, if I did it for a magazine … December 6, 2017 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Micaela, that’s a very open question as it depends largely on which magazine etc etc. Visit our business course and the section on pricing. Most commercial photographers work on a day rate or half day rate for producing images for clients so that course will give you the price range. If you are looking to only license the image once to them and then keep it then that is very different and you need to look at stock libraries like getty, Istock etc to get an idea of what they are charging for licensed images. December 7, 2017 Log in to Reply Micaela Fiorellini Thank you so much for you reply Karl 🙂 January 3, 2018 Log in to Reply Mark Gilchrist Really enjoying this series Anya and Karl. The Para really does give that extra natural sparkle. I would be curious to see what the focus 130 umbrella would look like fully de focused, being as it is a more economical modifier. April 20, 2018 Log in to Reply Anna Zazdravnaya Hi Karl! Great tutorial! The only two things I can’t understand- the feta cheese is slightly out of focus -was it made intentionally? And also – how to decide right dof? Is it just your own feeling or are there any stict rules (like -your central object should be in focus, or just part of it)? To tell the truth I don’t like when main subject is out of focus or only small portion of it in focus-for me it looks like a mistake. But I think you should know the rules better then me since product photography is you main directioin, so how it should be? May 2, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Anna, 1. the cheese is sharp, see here http://karltaylorportfolio.com/objects/dqekj6ucsynxqu0284zczwwbtyfru6 2. DOF based on personal preference 3. Most product photography is larger DOF as you will see in other examples on my website above. May 19, 2018 Log in to Reply Nelson Jerez Amazing Karl, I definitively believe that I made the best investment in my life. May 24, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Thank you Nelson. Enjoy! August 8, 2018 Log in to Reply Alison Corner Hi Karl My ambition is to become a product photographer, in particular the food industry as I am also a very good cook. I just wanted to say I am loving these tutorials. I bought a job lot of old cutlery for £8 online and today I received it only to find the exact same fork as the one you used in this tutorial! Needless to say I am very pleased and I’m taking the fork as a sign I that this line of photography is definitely for me 🙂 Kindest regards Ali August 9, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Ha great stuff Ali, as Anna said you can pick up all sorts of props like this online. Good luck with your food photography, I thoroughly enjoyed it and am looking to get Anna back for some more tutorials. August 10, 2018 Log in to Reply Alison Corner All your tutorials have been absolutely fantastic for me, I can’t believe how much I have learned from your site so far. I would be lost without them! That’s great you will hopefully get Anna back for some more tutorials, you can tell her she has a fan 🙂 Comments You must be logged in to leave a comment.