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    Hi there. Thanks for sharing.
    Enjoyed looking at your food pictures. Now you've made me hungry.
    As for commenting on the photos, I would like to suggest that you adjust your white balance better before shooting.
    There seems to be too much yellow in most pictures IMO...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanoo View Post
    Hi there. Thanks for sharing.
    Enjoyed looking at your food pictures. Now you've made me hungry.
    As for commenting on the photos, I would like to suggest that you adjust your white balance better before shooting.
    There seems to be too much yellow in most pictures IMO...
    Thanks for the support. Ya. Will take note of it in future. Most of my shots are taken under yellow light, thats why got this problem. Tried to correct during PP...

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    Except for the Hainanese chicken they look a bit cold and dry .
    But , Thanks for sharing .

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    Just few points :

    1. WB off as mentioned by Nanoo,
    2. DOF too shallow. Try not to push aperture to max.
    3. There seem to be some focusing issue. Some pictures seem not in focus.
    4. Try not to have too much stuffs in the background.

    Practice more and you will improve.

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    the name of this thread is quite similar to that famous blogger leh, might confuse pple

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nanoo View Post
    Hi there. Thanks for sharing.
    Enjoyed looking at your food pictures. Now you've made me hungry.
    As for commenting on the photos, I would like to suggest that you adjust your white balance better before shooting.
    There seems to be too much yellow in most pictures IMO...
    Agree with Nanoo. Or is the problem with your monitor?

    See if you solve this WB balance thing by pushing more tint from green to red and more blue in some photos.

    Maybe you also can try burning some parts that are over exposed.

    Love some of the shots!

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