Part of food photography is plating.
It’s not something I can say I am good at doing. I do try, though.
First, let’s get the normal stuff out of the way.
Before we go on, though, if you are new to the Food Photo Challenge, check out this post, which explains everything. Also, the linkup for this month’s theme will stay live for about a week, so join in even if it’s later!
Simply put, though, each month there will be a theme (announced at the end of this post) and on the 28th of each month, come back and link up.
So we keep moving forward with these food photos and it will be fun to see what kind of things happen with this theme.
Let’s check out this month. And yes I know I’m late (again)!
Theme: Plate it!
I figured Thanksgiving would give a perfect chance at pulling this off.
But, as many of us know, Thanksgiving was not the same as normal. Though a lot of people traveled, not all did. In fact, some did extremely small things.
So, that means “the good china” doesn’t come out and things are dialed back a little. Alas, this was probably my best of the plating photos for this month. For those in the states, I hope you found a way to have a decent Thanksgiving, or at least found time to relax with all going on.
If you took part in the challenge, please make sure to link up below. Also, make sure you visit everybody else’s posts (and do come back to see who may have linked up after you!)!
Let’s, too, try and grow this challenge. Tell others and invite them. And, as always, one can check out the Facebook group for this challenge and others as well. You can access the group here.
The linkup is below, but how about December?
The theme for December is: Festive. Come back on December 28 to link up!
Food Photo Challenge: November 2020
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Looks delicious. You are correct, it was a very different Thanksgiving.