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    Me, James and Aldy Had the chance to take photos of molave's new POSTER SET And the best part of it was we got to eat them too!!1 :d Their cinnamon roll is a must try and their bangus belly too!!! and don't forget the sampler 1 ! now at a much more student affordable rate.

    The shoot was equally fullfilling both on the eyes and our taste buds na rin hehehe...


    A million thanks to sir Michael for giving us the oppurtunity for the photo ops







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    The lighting on some of the shots is GORGEOUS!

    What did you do? Flash? Natural or photoshopped?
    Last edited by Dream Merchant; 27th September 2009 at 02:46 AM.

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    Smile Re: molave

    wow NICE!!

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    thanks for the appreciation guys

    to give you an idea of how the set up was done



    flash diffused with an umbrella and a silver reflector to soften the shadows on the other side.

    hope this helps

    there was only a very little or on some shots no photoshop at all
    Last edited by richardnoel; 27th September 2009 at 11:58 AM.

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    Default Re: molave

    Nice shot... and cool set up bro!

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    thanks shutter cooz his would have been a lot better if we had an additional flash nut i uess it just worked out

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    Default Re: molave

    Where is the restaurant?

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    its a bit far since its here in the philippines



    all of these pics were taken with my d60 and the kit lens of 18-55

    the strobe was just an sb600

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardnoel View Post
    its a bit far since its here in the philippines

    all of these pics were taken with my d60 and the kit lens of 18-55

    the strobe was just an sb600
    Wow, guessed u proved that its not the equiptment but the photographer that makes the shot.

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    we were suopposed to actually use two systems here a canon 50d with a 70 200 f4 L yet we enede using the d60 since it has a far more closer focusing distance



    just got lucky ice

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    Nice

    cheers,
    kilkenny
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    thanks kil

    you got nice pictures as well

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    sarap ng calamares!

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    very very nice!

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    to albeertsy

    pinoy po kayo? Where are you from ?

    @nerdie thanks fro visiting the thread

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    looks very delish.. where is this place xD

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    fantestic lighting

    I find the DOF a bit too deep. A bigger aperture will tidy up the picture a bit naturally.

    I also feel that your lens is too wide, the objects seems to be distorted. For me, I will use longer lens and move further away to correct them.

    very good shots,
    thanks for sharing them

    Billy

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    thanks ikkang

    I'll make sure i'll keep those points up on my next food shoot

    Thanks for dropping by and giving some generous input too

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    simple setup but stunning results!

    ot: pinoy ka?

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