Time for another feedback request. This is a karahi (or kadhai) chicken photo, a traditional Indian recipe. Read more to learn what was the goal here and tell us how you would improve this photo? What would you do differently?
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Photographing Indian Karahi (or Kadhai ) Chicken
Kulsum from Journey Kitchen took this photograph and is seeking your feedback. Below are some more details from Kulsum.
My goal :
The dish in the picture is a traditional Indian curry recipe (Karahi Chicken) but I always have a fusion element in my recipes or picture. Like wise, I wanted to present this dish in contemporary setting and yet give it an Indian and rustic look.
|Camera||Canon Powershot G10|
|Exposure||0.005 sec (1/200)|
I would like to first of all know if my goal in the picture is delivered. Does it feel the way I wanted it to?
Secondly, I’m very new to the technical aspect of photography, so I would appreciate the feedback on that. I took the picture in day light. Also I’m still new to my own camera but there are limitations compared to a DSLR so I hope thats also kept in mind.
My two cents
First of all, let me make sure all readers have read that this photo was taken by this camera. Yes! a point and shoot. This is an amazing photograph from that standpoint and just proves that great photos can be made even by point and shoot.
Without trying to influence the readers, I’ll leave it here. For now.
What Do You Think?
It’s your turn now. What do you think about this photo? How would you improve it? What can Kulsum change in this photograph? If you were to shoot Karahi Chicken, how would you shoot it?
Please read Kulsum’s goal before giving your feedback. Leave your comments below.