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This is one of the hottest chillies you can eat at 150,000 to 575,000 scoville units.
Another shot taken on the couch, with the little A4 sheet as back drop.
Canon EOS 50DEFS 18-200mm lens
hot, food, chilli, spicy, still life
Welcome to the world of Hege Nolan. I’m fascinated by the world and everything it contains. There is a focus on food and still lifes here, which sometime surprises me given my past history of portraits! (well, food doesn’t move or pull silly faces)
I really like the simplicity of this shot. Nice work! Your food photography is really nice!
Thanks Betty, that’s a really nice compliment, I appreciate it.
– Hege Nolan
love the crop ,great color nice work
Thanks so much, but it wasn’t “cropped”, thats how I took the photo, the whole bowl was quite dull, but half a bowl? super!
fantastic work disregard the word crop :)
May 22, 2010
: D – Thansk so much. massive smile on my face now!
You are very welcome Hege
Thank you! much appreciated.
Just that touch of color has spiced up the image so well ! Congrats on the feature .
P.S. was wondering though .. would there still be Life after the habanero .. ?! :D
thankyou! (sorry for the late reply, how rude of me!)and very funny play on words – : )
I visited your portfolio of food. I feel the passion in it and thats what I like in photography.Keep on the good work!
thankyou Patrick, as a subject, food stays still and doesn’t blink at the wrong time! but I do love taking photos of food, and I’m glad the passion comes through. cheers!