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    Japanese food is just such a dream to take pictures of!!

    Hey this sukiyaki beef is perhaps the best value sukiyaki beef in Singapore! $12

    Full Review here


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    Your blog really makes me very hungry. Nice photos and reviews. I've tried out a few of the places you have recommended and i must say, you're SPOT ON about them!!

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    Basil Alcove is doing a 10 course menue that includes Lobster thermidor and Lamb Cutlet this Christmas period!

    Review here


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    hihi. had tried the christmas menu at basil aclove on sat night very yummy and exquisitely done

    thanks ishoot for your recommendation! merry christmas everyone

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    your blog makes me break my Gym routine!!!!

    kudos to the excellent shots! the 60mm Macro is very sharp. Did you do any post processing on the pix may i ask? cheers.

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    Of course the pics have to go through post processing! The way my pics are taken, I don't have much time to adjust WB, ISO, lighting for each dish. Most of the time in a rush. (My kakis all hungry and want to start eating!) Hand held camera with flash only. So some pics come out not so nice and have to be Zhng a bit to make it more acceptable.

    Anyone for the cheapest Hong Kong Cuisine in Town? Fragrant steamed Pork Rib Rice $2.50! Tonic soup $1.50

    Review here


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    Not the most beautiful pics, but an extremely good Prata!!

    Special Order "Ultimate Prata" is made from 2 pieces of dough and fried in Ghee. It is crispy and fluffy with a smooth buttery taste!

    Review here:


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    Default Re: Singapore Food Pictures: ieatishootipost blog

    Meat Photography!

    Yakiniku Daidomon



    AND

    Ohsumi Shabu Shabu


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    Ohhh anyone likes Briyani. After tasting 6 recomended stalls, I found Hamid's to be the cheapest and the tastiest!

    Link here


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    Shot some pasta pics for Pasta Manna, a stall at old Airport Road FC. You can get a carbonara for $4! Better then Pasta Fresca IMO. Great for a quick and cheap creamy pasta fix!

    Review HERE


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    This is one special Cheng Tng:

    Link Here


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    Default Re: Singapore Food Pictures: ieatishootipost blog

    Quote Originally Posted by ishoot View Post
    Was asked to continue the thread here instead of at the critics corner to show my pics of Singapore Food.

    My blogsite is ieatishootipost.blogspot.com

    Just completed shooting a series of hawker food pictures from Chinatown Complex Temp Market and East Coast Lagoon Food Village.

    The one at Chinatown taken with 350D with 28-105mm USM lens and the ones at East Coast taken with 350D with 60mm f2.8 Macro Lens

    Welcome your comments.
    your URL seems familiar. appeared in some newspaper?

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    Its appeared on mypaper and wineanddine.asiaone.com before

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    thanks for sharing, your work is wonderfull.

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    Sausage lovers! I came across this new Butcher in River Valley that makes their own sausages! Really quite shiok and as good as any German sausages I have eaten before!

    Link to review article

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    Chwee Kuay!

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    Default Re: Singapore Food Pictures: ieatishootipost blog

    Been trying out some pics taken 2.5 inches apart. If you place your head 1 foot away from the screen and cross your eyes so that the images overlap, you will see 3 images. The one in the middle will have a 3D effect.

    For the rest of the pics and explanation please click here


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    Thanks, i love ur blog, thou i have a hardtime figuring out the 3D photos, but im a fan since day1. Ur photos have improved alot since then

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    Default Re: Singapore Food Pictures: ieatishootipost blog

    Thanks!

    You might try this method:

    Put your head 1 foot away from the screen.

    Put your index finger halfway between the screen and your face.

    Look at your finger.

    Now remove your finger but don't move your eyes. Look as if you are still looking at your finger.

    the images will overlap and the centre image will have a 3D effect.

    Have fun!

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    love ur blog too, though some of the recommendation not really spot on...

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