I literally did a happy dance in my dorm room, and laid off the studying I should be doing for finals just to write this post. Yes, there's probably hundreds, if not thousands of other blogs like mine on the BlogHer publishing network, but for me it's like validation that I should keep blogging more and more.
Anyway back to the meat (no pun intended) of the post- Sometimes I have to employ some photo editing trickery to some of the food photos I shoot for this blog. I often wonder if it's a dirty little secret other food bloggers do as well, but my guess is that they aren't reheating leftovers to shoot photographs with.
You see, the prime rib I made for Thanksgiving below (which will be featured in a post next week), was definitely leaning towards the gray-red area after sitting in the fridge, and the broccoli, which couldn't survive a reheating turned into a barf-tastic shade of yellow.
Fear not however, if you find yourself in the same precarious situation, as I made a tutorial on how you can fix this problem!
To see the full tutorial, head on over to the photo blog