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Thread: My Food My Life

  1. #101

    Default Food in Laos


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    Beef noodle soup.
    Similar to Vietnamese style, but the noodle texture is slightly more chewy.

  2. #102

    Default Food in Laos


    Laos_126
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    Red Curry chicken.
    Thai-influenced. Do have a little local flavor (salty that is), spiciness is mild.

  3. #103

    Default Food in Laos


    Laos_125
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    Green Curry Chicken
    Definitely Thai-influenced. Exact same taste to those you can find in Singapore.

  4. #104

    Default Food in Laos


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    Thin rice noodle. Similar to rice noodle in Vietnam, but thinner. Texture is similar to our meehoon, but a tad more chewy.
    Soup is good, and the tomato is super fresh!

  5. #105

    Default Food in Laos


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    Laotian are pretty healthy people.
    They eat a lot of vegetables, as sides.
    Like this plate of vegetables (or leaves... whatever you name it), is actually a complementary serving to the noodles.

  6. #106

    Default Hock Lam Beef Noodle revisited @ Bt Panjang Plaza


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    Sliced and beef chunks, in soup.

  7. #107

    Default Hock Lam Beef Noodle revisited @ Bt Panjang Plaza


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    Sliced and beef chunks, dry version.

  8. #108

    Default Re: My Food My Life

    Great composition
    Need to learn more from your shots.

  9. #109
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    Default Re: My Food My Life

    I am so glad to have seen your thread about food photography.

    Now i know the better angles and the ideal ISO to take these good looking yummy photos.

    I have a question though. If the place is low-light, and crowded with people so you have no other tables to move to, and the use of flash is not ideal as it will catch people's attention. How will u overcome this?

    Thanks.

  10. #110
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    Hmm place the camera on the table or something stable to minimise camera shake. and then use handphone light to boost the lighting? haha thats all i can think of now.

  11. #111

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nisa View Post
    Great composition
    Need to learn more from your shots.
    Thanks. We are all learning isn't it?

    Quote Originally Posted by lsfchris View Post
    I am so glad to have seen your thread about food photography.

    Now i know the better angles and the ideal ISO to take these good looking yummy photos.

    I have a question though. If the place is low-light, and crowded with people so you have no other tables to move to, and the use of flash is not ideal as it will catch people's attention. How will u overcome this?

    Thanks.
    Normally, it means you should sit back relax and enjoy your meal instead
    Or as louis23 mentioned, it did help although it limits your composition.
    Don't push too hard, photography is to enjoy

    Quote Originally Posted by louis23 View Post
    Hmm place the camera on the table or something stable to minimise camera shake. and then use handphone light to boost the lighting? haha thats all i can think of now.

  12. #112

    Default Ma Maison @ Bugis Junction

    Ma Maison has always been my favourite, especially the Bugis Junction branch.
    Other than the food really suits my taste bud, the reason which makes me keep going back to this place, is because -- I simply can't get my shots right!!!

    It's just plain weird, I can never make their food looks as good as they were.
    Looking at this week's result, seems like I'll have to make another trip down again...



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  13. #113

    Default Ma Maison @ Bugis Junction

    Soup of the day, Corn.



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  14. #114

    Default Ma Maison @ Bugis Junction

    Escargot! How could anyone skip this?



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  15. #115

    Default Ma Maison @ Bugis Junction

    Curry Chicken Rice.
    Curry was tasty (as good as curry flavor), but I don't like the chicken.
    Curry still go best with katsu eh?

    (I was surprised that they have removed that special katsudon set with premium salt rock from their menu )



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  16. #116

    Default Ma Maison @ Bugis Junction

    180g Hamburger with Italian sauce!
    I miss it already!



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  17. #117

    Default Re: My Food My Life

    the escargots shots are making me feel like going out for supper!

  18. #118

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    the escargots shots are making me feel like going out for supper!
    For supper, you'd have gotten seehum instead

  19. #119

    Default Chako Restaurant @ Hong Leong Garden Shopping Centre

    After reading lotsa good reviews on this restaurant, I have always wanted to give it a go.
    As I was aware of the long waiting time, pre-order was made a day earlier. Still, we have waited 1 hour for the food to be served. Anyway, it's worth the wait.

    Roasted barley tea was served during the wait.


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    Homely Japanese style deco


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  20. #120

    Default Chako Restaurant @ Hong Leong Garden Shopping Centre

    The Must Have! Chako set, served with Saba Shioyaki (Grilled Mackerel), chicken katsu, fish cutlet, salad, cold tofu and miso soup.
    The Saba is totally awesome! and not fishy at all!



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