We started and ended the evening with some sushi I bought at Charlie's Seafood Market here in Saskatoon.
The maki consisted of California rolls, curried chicken and a type (I'm unsure of the name) with roe.
Because of a different plating and setup we left the smoked salmon nigiri until the end.
I was in a low key, dramatic light, mood. It worked just fine with me, but the white, bright background and setting Kim used made for very inviting photos. Nice to see such diverse photos of the same subjects by different people with just slight changes to lighting or setting.
I did find myself experiencing a bit of GAS (gear acquisition syndrome) during and after the shoot. My current lenses don't let me get as close as I need to to get the shot I want. I am hoping the macro lens in my future comes on sale again before flower season.
More of the treats we shot and ate to come.