I’m into the 4th week of my food photography course, courtesy of Sears Grilling. This week, our assignment was to photograph three meals, in the process of being grilled, from a variety of angles, lighting, etc.
This assignment wasn’t about the steps or the recipe, it was just about the actual grilling, so please excuse the lack of recipes and step-by-step instructions. I do hope you’ll enjoy seeing some of the shots I captured:
The first of our 3 nights of grilling was Hawaiian Chicken Sandwiches, which was a chicken breast pounded out and grilled. It was served on a sandwich roll with grilled pineapple.
The chicken cooked perfectly on our new Char-Broil TRU Infrared grill:
I really wanted to capture a close-up shot of the barbecue sauce being applied to the chicken, but the composition of this shot could have been better.
Here’s a shot of our grilled fresh pineapple:
Our 2nd night of grilling was steaks:
We also grilled some stuffed clams to go along with our steaks:
And some balsamic red potatoes:
Our 3rd night of grilling was grilled pizza. It involved grilling my homemade pizza dough:
And then the pizza crusts were topped with cheese and other toppings:
We made several different kinds. This one had pineapple, Canadian bacon, and black olives:
Vegetable grilled pizzas:
It’s hard to get a overhead shot when the grill is so hot, but I gave it a try anyway!
And this was my favorite pizza — pesto with artichoke hearts, mushrooms, onions, and black olives. So good!
I found photography of food on the grill to be a definite challenge and something I hope I continue to improve on. I look forward to what I will learn next!
Disclaimer: I am a member of the Collective Bias™ Social Fabric® Community. This #grillingishappiness shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias™ and Sears #CBias #GrillingIsHappiness #SoFabU . All photos and opinions are my own.
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