Here are some pomegranate photos I took the other day. It was already getting dark, man I can't stand how fast the seasons changed and it gets dark way earlier here in the D now.
So back to the photo, I had to use some artificial continuous lights to capture this without turning my ISO way up high in heaven. To be honest, I am not fan of artificial light, I prefer working with natural light, but sometimes it can save your day.
I really like how both of these photos turned out, couldn't pick just one of them to share haha. What do you think?
Here is some data about the photographs, if you're wondering, and perhaps it will help somebody to get better with their photo craft as well:
Continuous (diffused) light, handheld;
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark III;
Lens: Canon EF Zoom 24-105mm F/4.0;
Shutter speed: 1/50 sec;
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