Thank you, Ged.
But i didn't get what you mean?
You originally posted in the wrong forum, I just moved your post to the correct forum 🙂
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REASON: Poor lighting.
Food & drink photography is highly specialized and requires careful composition, multiple light sources and perfect technical quality.
Look at what other Stock Contributors are doing in this category.
Thank you so much for highlighting the problem with the picture. yea its looks like true the light in the background. i will work up on this section.
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Defently I will work out. Thank you
Zoom in to 100% and you will see that nothing in the image is in sharp focus. In addition, the white topping in the avocado smoothie is overexposed and blown out, i.e. no details whatsoever. Since you had all the elements in place, 2 nice looking smoothies, the avocado, the mango, an interesting wood platter, and a nice tabletop, you should have played with the composition arranging it multiple times until you got the most pleasing setup. If you're not able to hold the camera steady enough to get sharp focus, a tripod would have been useful.
Helpful suggestion and I are really glad to know my mistakes tho it's minor but the lesson to learn how and where I have to sharp in IQ while capturing images. Thanks, once again Jill
You really need first to handle your camera. Either the autofocus was off or you misconfigured your camera. You did shoot at ISO 500 which means introducing a lot of noise even that the exposure time was 1/500s, so you could go a lot lower in ISO. Fix the ISO at 100 and manually configure aperture (f value) and exposure (t value). Learn first to shoot like that. Use a tripod if available, sometimes a couple of books also help. Shoot in raw format, and develop later. Canon cameras come with DPP, if you do not have access to Lightroom (classic) or similar. Look at your pictures at 100% and 200% magnification, correct the exposure, shadows, highlights, noise and sharpening, but without introducing artefacts.
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