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Poached Salmon

Poached Salmon
Copyright ©2005, Randall Beaudin
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Poached Salmon with Ginger Mayonaise Sauce

Photographer: Randall Beaudin
Folder: Common area
Uploaded: 28-Mar-2005 21:55 CEST
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Camera: Olympus C5050
Exposure time: 1/3
Aperture: f8.0
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Focusing method:
ISO: 64
White balance: Auto
Flash: external
Image format: TIFF
Processing applied: resized / cropped
Image resized to: 471x800

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Very nice Salmon dish. By seeing this I get homesick to Vancouver where I was this year and had many off those .

Fonzy - at 12:49 CEST on 29-Mar-2005 [Reply]


First Randall, you do excellent shots, I am always impressed.

You are so prolific, do you do photography for a living? You must love the super bright lens of the 5050.

Do you ever use RAW mode?

Christopher Ashworth at 15:15 CEST on 31-Mar-2005 [Reply]


Thank you for that Christopher. To answer your questions, yes I am a Pro Shooter and in the 49 years since I picked up a camera I have photographed most everything from Theatre to Forensic to Models, Product, Food ECT. Before digital I mostly used Large Format? I must admit I do like the control of the swings, tilts ECT.? I purchased my first Digital camera in 2000 and as it did not have the ability to shoot RAW I got used to the JPEG format, however when I purchased the 5050 I started shooting in TIFF, particularly when doing Product / Tabletop shots. Since the fall of 2004 I more or less shoot all this in RAW now and convert to TIFF for my work and JPEG for this site. I do like the ?fast? lens for model work, and when using fill flash to keep the ambient light but still give some sparkle!

Randall Beaudin at 19:08 CEST on 31-Mar-2005 [Reply]