Hey I’m Adam Bryan, and I’m just an average college kid food blogging my every move. As an adventurous and imaginative Journalism major, I enjoy expressing my thoughts, passions, and most importantly, appetite, through the power of writing. If not writing for Examiner.com, Yahoo, or one of my other sites, I love spending my time traveling around the world testing out new cuisines while also learning more about the different cultures that make our world what it is today. I also have a huge interest in gluten-free fast food and gluten free dieting. Now when attending college, I tend to spend my time checking out local restaurants and patisseries in the Washington DC area, but once the summer rolls around, there’s no telling where I’ll end up. But I can pretty much guarantee you that I’m eating and drinking, while also FoodTweeting my every move. Join me and become an official #FoodTweeter via Twitter! If you would like to get in touch with me, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Now in case you were wondering, here is the equipment I use for my food blogging and photography.
Canon Rebel EOS T3
I truly love this camera! Now although I am still a novice when it comes to food photography or just DSLR photography in general, I have found this camera to be super beneficial. It's so simple to use, portable, yet very effective. To learn more about this camera, just check out the link below.
Yes, believe it or not, a lot of my pics come from my iPhone. I am always on the go and sometimes carrying a large DSLR camera is too inconvenient. That's why I always have my hand iPhone nearby. With its fantastic 8 megapixels and easy to use camera interface, I have found this camera to be extremely versatile. Plus it allows me to get some awesome twitpics or foodtweets! To learn more about a FoodTweeters handy sidekick, just check out the link below:
Photo Editing Software and Adobe Lightroom 3
Now in terms of editing software, I honestly rarely use it. Maybe as I become more experienced, I will begin to start making my photos look 10x better. But as of right now, I just like showing my pictures off in their natural state. If you are looking for a cool software, be sure to try Adobe's Lightroom 3. It's probably the most versatile and most popular software among food bloggers. More information can be found via the link below:
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3
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