I been trying to learn how to create that really hard shadow look that come into the forefront for product photography in the past few years, but I can never get those shadows to be quite as crispy as I like! The biggest issue is the size of my studio, I think. I working in a pretty small space (only a few metres by a few metres), so I can really move my light source super far away.For reference, I using a flat LED panel set about as far as I can manage from my subject. I looking to pick up an Aputure Lightstorm 300 COB in the near future, any thoughts on whether the smaller light source would make an appreciable difference?Comments and tips on colour, lighting, composition and anything else are also more than welcome! I always looking to improve!Practice makes perfect! Here are some tips that might help on your next go:Use a baking scale and weigh out your batter to ensure muffin size consistency.Make sure your spacing is perfect, the muffins clearly aren spaced evenly.
Her innocence was despoiled, and her evangelical faith tested.”I felt deserted, left behind to bear the weight of the world’s judgment and questions alone,” Monville writes in”One Light Still Shines,” her new book about the shooting and its aftermath, “and I felt that weight pressing me down.”After the shooting, Monville tried to keep her family, especially her three young children, out of the public eye.But with the release of “One Light,” which goes on sale Monday, Monville is stepping out of the shadows, sharing her story in deeply personal detail.Zondervan, one of the country’s largest Christian publishing houses, won say how many copies it plans to print. But it has launched a “robust” marketing and publicity campaign, with a billboard in New York’s Times Square and interviews with TV networks, including CNN’s Piers Morgan. Only is Monville’s story powerful and largely untold, it alsohits a burgeoning market for book publishers, Kraybill said: the cross section of evangelical spirituality and interest in all things Amish.Christian fiction best seller lists brim with Amish romance novels, largely because of their large evangelical readership, which scholars trace to the 2006 shooting and its stunning postlude of Amish forgiveness.Monville said she kept silent for so long because that story the grace and compassion the Amish offered her family was already making headlines around the world.”There wasn’t much more for me to say,” she said.Even if there had been more to say, the intensely private Monville was reluctant to speak publicly.