I have always loved pasta. I lived in Perugia, Italy, for a summer when I was in school; and let me tell you, there isn’t much better than being in Italy, sitting outside looking over the countryside and having a huge plate of pasta for dinner. (The good wine didn’t hurt either.)
Earlier this month, we spent a few days with a restaurant chain photographing their pasta dishes. One of my responsibilities as digital tech is making sure we are holding focus. While doing this I noticed how fun pasta is when you are zoomed in 100% (AKA pixel to pixel). Seeing all of the linear movement and shape of the pasta inspired me to make it the subject of this month’s “up close” blog post. However, we can’t show the images from our recent pasta shoot yet, so I decided to pull some pasta images from our archive.
Be sure to check out other up close posts here.