Let's exploit Eric!
There are some gorgeous bread (and other) photos that get posted on TFL and some that are not quite so gorgeous. I'm sure the equipment we use and our level of understanding of our cameras' capabilities range greatly. In another topic (http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/10916/what-best-way-get-surface-tension-making-hoagie-roll#comment-59455 ), there has been a discussion of food photography technique with some excellent tips. Eric (ehanner) confessed to having taught digital photography, but was reticent to elaborate on his knowledge, not wanting to be off topic.
While camera technique might not have a lot to do with baking rolls for hoagies, it has a lot to do with TFL web site and our sharing of recipes, techniques and so forth. I believe all of us benefit from the photographs we share. They are inspiring and informative.
Therefore, I propose that we have a forum devoted to improving our food photography competence and hope that members like Eric who have a better technical understanding of the topic use it to help us all improve our understanding and skills.
Is there a second?