Sometimes it is good to change up what you are photographing. I did this series on food photography to experiment with working on sharpness and post processing. This was one of my first uses of tethered capture, which is an incredibly efficient way to work in a controlled studio like environment.
Unlike commercial food photography, everything here is real and edible. That wrinkle led to modifications in the way I usually work, as the photography had to be done in a way to ensure consistency and speed.
The concentration here is on form and color. The shots are in a before and after arrangement.