Yesterday we stopped by to pick up some colored cotton at Joann Fabrics to use as backdrops. While were up there, we stopped by Microcenter to pick up a tiny mini tripod for our little point and shoot camera. I think it'll be great for those times when we're at a fancy restaurant and we're too embarassed to whip out our 5lb DSLR camera. This way you can set both the ISO and F-stop as low as possible without worrying about a blurry picture. We were doing some test shots for a client today and this is what our little point and shoot captured while we were setting up. Not bad, right? hehe. It's funny how we can actually do a whole lot more with a point and shoot camera than your typical flat pictures with really harsh flash.
ISO 50, F2.6
I'm pretty excited to shoot these photos of our client's awesome baked goods tomorrow. I think they'll end up being the best photos we've taken yet.