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Thread: Vegetable shots :P

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    Default Vegetable shots :P

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    Above shots taken without much deco and lighting preparations,
    As usual, all comments are welcome... More pictures available at my gallery. Feel free to browse... hehehe...
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    IMHO the first two pics are kinda overexposed
    pic 3, the below part is a bit distracting and divert attention from the subject
    pic 4 is the one i like most..
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    one of my favourite veges..the soft focus make tthem look yummy!

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    The first two shots over exposed? hmm... think have to use PS to adjust the histogram a bit

    Thanks for your tips...

    Ya... this is one of my fav veges especially steam it and go with some oyster sauce... kekeke...
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    Pic1 - Histogram tweaked


    Pic2 - Histogram tweaked


    Last edited by ST_sg; 14th June 2004 at 11:25 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST_sg
    The first two shots over exposed? hmm... think have to use PS to adjust the histogram a bit

    Thanks for your tips...

    Ya... this is one of my fav veges especially steam it and go with some oyster sauce... kekeke...
    its one of my fav veggies too.. another tip, instead of oyster sauce, u can add in some szechuan chilli sauce... yum yum
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST_sg
    Pic1 - Histogram tweaked

    maybe u can use a spray to add some water droplets to it? that will really make it look damn appetising..
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    Quote Originally Posted by GDSNP
    maybe u can use a spray to add some water droplets to it? that will really make it look damn appetising..
    ya... in fact, there was water droplets,... guess the spray not heavy enough ;P

    Thanks for the tips on szechuan chilli sauce,.. will try it out
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