Lately my interests have been artisan chocolate – tasting as well as photographing! Above are two photos of a Potomac Chocolate Bar that I quickly took with my phone. Neither of the photos have been edited or altered with filters.
The first photo is on a table shot from above.
The second photo is on the same table, but I opened the blinds to get some natural sunlight. I also shot the photo on an angle.
Both photos show the product, but the second photo with sunlight seems a bit more interesting.
Either photo could work as a social media post, but when they are placed side-by-side, I definitely see the magical power of light!
(Note: If you are interested in Artisan Chocolate, check out my new Facebook page @MakeTimeForChocolate)
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