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    Yes...Thanks AJ23! =) Didn't exactly remeber what lens you used...=)

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    yum yum... grreat

    but some shoots have a little distractions... the first one is da best

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    Dear iamasaint,

    Thank you for the advise. I'm doing some food shots over the weekend for my father-in-law.

    Cheers,

    Luc

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    just saw the pics that iamasaint posted...

    i was salivating when i see the pictures

    but yeah.. think that more depth of view would be better

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    Welcome to the wonderful world of food photography!

    The shots were great, but I feel that the depth of field in some cases didn't have to be so shallow. Also, if you had interesting cutlery those could help introduce a "mood" to the food (wow that rhymes).

    Ice-cream shots. Use mash potatoes.

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    I'm in Canada right now and am, like everyone else overseas, foodsick.

    The photos obviously are serving their purpouse. Damnit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamasaint
    Taken for my uncle's Peranakan Food Stall Menu. Comments greatly appreciated. Rgds

    Bubur Terigu


    Mee Rebus


    Close Up of Mee Rebus


    Lontong
    Yummaliscious pix!

    Just curious, how much actual food styling was done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feinwerkbau
    Yummaliscious pix!

    Just curious, how much actual food styling was done?
    Nothing much was done. It is as good as it comes out from the restaurant's kitchen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJ23
    Nothing much was done. It is as good as it comes out from the restaurant's kitchen.
    Food display and styling skills are lacking. On a technical point, more depth of field.

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    I think you need more DOF to make it more interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbma
    I think you need more DOF to make it more interesting.
    These shots are taken by iamasaint.

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