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First and foremost, you need a butchers market.
- and photoshophans_glib
- And milk sold in glass bottlesContinuity
- You forgot the eggs!shapesalad
- Oh my God, the eggs!Wordsworth
- Of course, You’ll need a live chicken to produce eggsfuturefood
- And a dried corpsenb
- Get stabby.CyBrainX
- A Cleaver would definitely come in handyYakuZoku
Ideally 70mm lens and up to minimize the distortion.
Any light with either bare bulb or small reflector placed with enough distance from the subjects so the shadow fall to the same directions.
Judging from the shadow in the first photo, the light source is relatively small or far enough to appear small to creat crisp shadow edges. (Big light source create softer shadow)
For the second photo you will needs 2 lights in softbox behind camera. One on left and one on right. Slightly above camera.
Advice from pros on twitter:
1. Grab your SLR camera and lens
2. Get all your lighting gear together
3. Place all your photography gear in the garbage
4. Type in what you want to see into some AI art-ripoff website
Blue background, skeleton, ridiculous waste of animals..
Hard light directly above, single light, on boom probably (no softboxes)
Camera on tripod
Take photos of one piece, replace with next piece, take next pic, then put them together in Ps
2 Lights + Softboxes
first photo hurts my eyes....
I hear a lot of talk about softboxes...
Some advice? Forget the softboxes.
When returning home from the butcher’s shop you may notice the meat is wrapped nicely with a thin, semitransparent material. Butcher’s paper, if you will.
Grab your light source (bare-bulb, flashlight, zippo)
Wrap your light with this butcher’s paper.