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MJDPIC

Photography · Plano Texas United States

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3 ratings
47 jobs completed
Projects starting at $250

My name is Majid I am an engineer and photographer. I always had a passion in photography since I was a child, I started photography as pro on 2010 and try to keep learning every day. I am always open to new ideas and try to think out of box. www.mjdpic.com

MJDPIC's Overall Rating

"We approved this time, but we cannot accept on camera flash. Overall, the photos are fantastic!"

Turo 2016-05-05

"1. INCONSISTENT CROPPING-- please make sure you are maintaining a consistent 50/50 ratio (food to background) in all shots. This is especially important if there are large and small sized dishes. Example: the Burgers have a proper crop, but the smaller dishes like the Wings are too small in the frame and the image is mostly background. Please make sure the food is filling the same amount of frame across the board. 2. HERO SHOT MISSED-- Make sure you are not laying the dishes symmetrically. Use side dishes and utensils to close gaps, but make sure they don’t overtake the table. Dishes should look like a server just placed them on the table, naturally. 3. Next time, try to include props such as utensils, napkins, drinks, side dishes, etc to communicate size and proportion. Implementing more propping in the frame will allow images to look less static and give diners more perspective."

Grubhub Manager 2019-10-21

"1. HERO SHOT MISSED-- Make sure you are not laying the dishes in a line. Use side dishes and utensils to close gaps, but make sure they don’t overtake the table. Dishes should look like a server just placed them on the table, naturally. 2. CROP MISSED-- Single dish images are shot too far away. Grubhub is looking for images of food with an approximate 50/50 ratio (food to background). Please crop in tighter on the food so diners can easily view all of its contents. 3. Next time, try to include props such as utensils, napkins, drinks, side dishes, etc to communicate size and proportion. Implementing more propping in the frame will allow images to look less static and give diners more perspective. 4. Moving forward, shoot sandwiches from a lower angle so diners can view its entire contents. Right now, it's really hard to tell what is on the sandwiches."

Grubhub Manager 2019-10-18