Junk food photos using the Lumix G2 camera
The camera may be fancier and more powerful, but I’m still going to be taking photos of junk food – that will never change!
Here’s Jac’s bacon double cheeseburger deluxe with heavy lettuce and onion from Hungry Jack’s. Jac always orders her burgers with heavy lettuce and onion.
These days, I cannot eat Hungry Jack’s without ordering onion rings. I have come to love onion rings even more than fries. On the rare occasions there are a few onion rings left, I eat them out of the carton straight from the fridge later as a snack.
And of course, we love McMuffins for breakfast from McDonald’s. Jac always orders a bacon and egg McMuffin meal, which comes with a hash brown and a drink – she chooses a cappucino. In this photo and the next I intended to capture the melty-ness of Macca’s “plastic” cheese… there’s nothing else quite like it!
I always order a sausage and egg mcMuffin meal and I choose an orange juice for my drink. Do you, like me, eat every bit of melted cheese off the paper wrapper?
I still really miss the Big Breakfast. If they ever bring the Big Breakfast back, I’ll be one of the first in line, ready to eat and photograph (of course!).
Jac recently bought me a chicken fillet burger from Bucking Bull (from the food court at Carousel Shopping Centre).
It wasn’t just plain old hot chips (nothing wrong with that, of course!) – she got me chips and gravy! Most of the brown gravy was in a pool at the bottom of the box and I had to dig deep to dip the chips into it, but mmm, it was tasty!
The Bucking Bull and Hungry Jack’s photos were taken indoors on different mornings in natural light. The McMuffin photos were taken indoors in a McDonald’s restaurant. I used the Lumix 20mm f1.7 pancake lens for all the photos.
In the next post: family photos using the Lumix G2 camera.