This Cucumber Gin Fizz is a delightful, herbaceous cocktail worthy of your Friday night. It’ll kick off the dinner pre-game in just the right way. You may not even move past the bar nuts and cheese or crackers, but who needs to?
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Today’s post is going to be a little different because we’re going to talk about photography. Although my email inbox tends to fill up with recipe questions, I also get a lot of inquiries regarding the photos on my site.
People often ask about camera gear, lighting sources, editing software, etc., so when Adobe asked me to share some photography tips, I thought I’d answer some of the most common questions that I receive.
Let me preface this whole post by saying that I am most definitely not an expert in the field of food photography. When I started My Baking Addiction, on a whim in the summer of 2008, I was a special education teacher in grad school who liked to bake cupcakes on the weekends. And I hadn’t used anything other than a point-and-shoot camera.
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