How I Turned Belgian Chocolates


You know how they say chocolate is good for your soul?


Well, I think it’s also good for your photography skills. Let me tell you how I turned some delicious Belgian chocolates into photo masterpieces with just my camera and some editing.


My sister-in-law brought these chocolates from Belgium as a gift for us. They looked so tempting and mouth-watering that I couldn’t resist photographing them as products. I wanted to capture their rich texture and flavor in every shot.



Equipment & Edit:


I used my EOS r and a 50mm f1.8 lens to get close-ups of the chocolates. I placed them on a slate plate to create a dark contrast with the editing. This way, the chocolate would stand out more and look more appetizing.


I edited the photos using Lightroom and Photoshop. I adjusted the exposure, contrast, saturation, and sharpness to enhance the details and colors of the chocolates. I also added some vignetting and noise reduction to make them look more professional.

I hope you enjoyed this post and got inspired to try some chocolate photography yourself. 
And if you ever get a chance to taste some Belgian chocolates, don’t hesitate to do so.

They are truly divine!

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