Campaign Photography with Sears Grilling: Food on the Grill! #GrillingisHappiness #SoFabU

This week’s course work focused on photographing food cooking on the grill.

lot of technical knowledge was discussed {ISO, aperture, shutter speed} and a lot of different angles were discussed {tilt, diagonal, from above}.

This was probably the hardest week yet, for several reasons.  Generally speaking, when you’re cooking, you’re not thinking about taking pictures.

With the help of my wonderful husband, though, I was able to snap a few {or 140+} pictures.

One thing I’d like to note before moving forward:  infrared grills cook fast.  Like, super-fast.  They get to 700 degrees…

This means there is a lot of smoke.  This means that it can be difficult to get good pictures, at least for those of us who are inexperienced.

Despite the lack of good pictures for our burgers, they were the juiciest burgers ever.  Ever.

Loving our new grill!

Hot dogs were first.  I love a good hot dog.  And, we tried spiral cutting some of the dogs.

See?  Really, really hot!

Love this picture!  A few weeks ago I wouldn’t have been able to get a shot this close and have it be so crisp!

Yummy, burgers!

This isn’t a technically “sound” picture, but I just had to show you the smoke.  And this wasn’t even the worst of it!

Finally, we had Asian BBQ chicken.  Yummy!

I have to point out that my lovely husband de-boned these after I accidentally bought bone-in chicken.

In addition to the excitement of using our new grill, I had a great week spending more time with Vince.  We’re both learning together:  I’m learning how to grill and he’s learning how to use the new grill.

Totally awesome.

True Confessions:  I am a member of the Collective Bias™ Social Fabric® Community. This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias™ and Sears #CBias #GrillingIsHappiness. All photos and opinions are my own.