1.28.2014

Twosday | What's for Breakfast?

"twosday photography link up on twentieth street"
"twosday photography link up on twentieth street"


Keeping it simple today.  Fruit, cheese, eggs, and a homemade latte.

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1. Share two photos every Tuesday with minimal words.

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11 comments

  1. Looks delicious! I love apples for breakfast -- and often add them in to whatever I'm making or eating. Lovely pictures!

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  2. Breakfast looks delicious :) The morning looks so calm and relaxed, hopefully it was a beautiful moment for you! Random question: What f stop did you use for the plate/mug picture? My new DSLR only goes down to f/3.0 and I'm having a hard time capturing blurred backgrounds because of it.

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  3. Hi Caitlin! That one was shot at f/2.0 on my 85mm lens. What focal length is the lens you're using? Wider angles (28mm, 35mm, 50mm, etc) will give you more depth at f/3.0, but more telephoto lengths (85mm, 100mm, 135mm, etc) will blur the background for you pretty well at f/3.0. If you have a zoom lens, try shooting with it at different lengths to see how that effects the blur. You might just need to back up a little and zoom in a bit more to get what you're looking for. :)

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  4. Just fixed the link-up tool! I don't know why it wasn't appearing before but it's all good now! :)

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  5. Thank you for always being so helpful with photography as I'm learning :) It's so appreciated. My lens is 50mm, so it sounds like I should back up/zoom in to get a better shot! I'm going to play around with it this weekend with your tips. Thank you!

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  6. hey stephanie, what do you use to make your lattes? that foam looks legit!

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  7. I have a little stove top milk frother/foamer that I use for lattes and hot chocolate. It's super easy - you just heat the milk up on the stove top, pump it a few times with the frother and, bam, cafe-worthy milk foam. :)

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  8. oh wow! i wonder if it would work for non-dairy milks too? i'm off to find it on amazon! thanks!

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  9. I haven't tried it with non-dairy milks but I'd imagine it would work just fine. I've heard of people using them to whip egg whites or make salad dressing so they're pretty versatile!

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