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    Default The Food Project - [Series 1]

    [Pumpkin Soup]


    [Scallop Roe]


    [Mozzarella-Stuffed Portobellos]


    [Miniature Spaghetti & Meatballs]




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    3,4,5 nicely made! How did you make the coffee spiral so controlled in pic5??

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    thanks!
    I styled it on the spot so i wouldnt need to move it after that

    Quote Originally Posted by di0nysus View Post
    3,4,5 nicely made! How did you make the coffee spiral so controlled in pic5??

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    Yummy, Yummy... When can i have a bite of the food?

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    anytime

    Quote Originally Posted by Suekay View Post
    Yummy, Yummy... When can i have a bite of the food?

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    Neat and clean. Nice.

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    thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by acerpic View Post
    Neat and clean. Nice.

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    You are lighting the subject all over the area. Why not just use one light and one reflector to bring out a little more mood to the subject. Lighting food doesn't mean every part of the the corner needs to be lighted up.

    Second is the based that you choose is a little complicated.

    Did a chef plated this dishes or a food stylist or just by yourself?

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    yes, i have tried using a single light with a reflector before and did not like the results... purely a matter of preference
    yup, i cooked, styled and shot it

    Quote Originally Posted by Godzilla Invades View Post
    You are lighting the subject all over the area. Why not just use one light and one reflector to bring out a little more mood to the subject. Lighting food doesn't mean every part of the the corner needs to be lighted up.

    Second is the based that you choose is a little complicated.

    Did a chef plated this dishes or a food stylist or just by yourself?

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