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    Love taking food photography, so here are some of the photos that i have taken. C & C are most welcome, hope the senior here can help me to improve more on taking food photography.

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    For 1 and 2, camera is too low, colour is out and is too dark.

    You can lay your food before you shoot.
    The beef must bring to front. not move backward.

    Happy shooting!

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    1&2 is a little oof.
    you could perhaps increase the angle to capture more of the steak.
    for plating, you could rearrange your vegetables a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah Tay View Post
    For 1 and 2, camera is too low, colour is out and is too dark.

    You can lay your food before you shoot.
    The beef must bring to front. not move backward.

    Happy shooting!

    Quote Originally Posted by bang View Post
    1&2 is a little oof.
    you could perhaps increase the angle to capture more of the steak.
    for plating, you could rearrange your vegetables a little.

    Thank You for the above comments, i will take note of it and improve it.

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    Hello! Here's my comment but i am not a senior la!

    In #1, seems like the lighting is better at the Broccoli side than the patty side. Next time can try to move the plate to area with better lighting if you dun shoot with flash. I think due to focus issue, my eyes are drawn to the broccoli instead of the meat patty. And if u have the time (and not too hungry to start your feast), can move the tomato behind the broccoli.

    For #2, like some already mentioned, this dish a abit "flat" for people to make out what might be this dish be.

    #3 and #4 are the better ones.

    For 4, maybe the composition abit tight whereby all the food are cramped into the frame.

    Nevertheless, good try! Have fun shooting! Hope to see more of your photos in future!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OoStarDustoO View Post
    Hello! Here's my comment but i am not a senior la!

    In #1, seems like the lighting is better at the Broccoli side than the patty side. Next time can try to move the plate to area with better lighting if you dun shoot with flash. I think due to focus issue, my eyes are drawn to the broccoli instead of the meat patty. And if u have the time (and not too hungry to start your feast), can move the tomato behind the broccoli.

    For #2, like some already mentioned, this dish a abit "flat" for people to make out what might be this dish be.

    #3 and #4 are the better ones.

    For 4, maybe the composition abit tight whereby all the food are cramped into the frame.

    Nevertheless, good try! Have fun shooting! Hope to see more of your photos in future!

    Thank You StarDust! I will take note of it, no matter how hungry i will make sure i will get the good shot before i start my feast. Thanks for the great advice!

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    Just a question... is this before or after photoshop

    My pov, the shots are too in the face. I felt a bit of plate or some form of fore and back ground would help to frame the food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nisa View Post
    Just a question... is this before or after photoshop

    My pov, the shots are too in the face. I felt a bit of plate or some form of fore and back ground would help to frame the food.
    It was after, buy no cropping was done on it.

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