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  1. #21

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    I had a feeling i am going to spoil their looks after I cook them so I shot them while still raw...

    brussel sprouts. Fee free to cnc for improvement. thanks.






  2. #22

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    Loved your photos; am usually too knackered out after cooking to want to lift a camera! Heh, I salute your efforts
    Ugh I've never had much luck with brussel sprouts
    Always go past that magic point when it turns all bitter and yucky
    GL!
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    Endure. In enduring grow strong.

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    zichar, thanks for viewing.

    I usually don't enjoy eating the food I cook coz after shooting them, they turn cold already

    I confess I am so nuts that I prioritize taking photos first rather than enjoying the food.

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    oh my. i'm getting hungry again.

  5. #25

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    Great photos you got there. Sharp photos..

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    Love the settings Great work u have there!

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    kei, thirtyone, wedding... thank you very much for your kind comments. will get back to posting in the next few weeks.

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    Great shots! what lenses you used for these shots?

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    Good composition and use of light.
    Adding those little props really make the photos look interesting.

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    nice job! i like the Ginger Fish photo. Really made me hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glengoh View Post
    Great shots! what lenses you used for these shots?
    thanks glen. I use 100mm 2.8 macro lens with most of the shots. I would switch this with 50mm 1.4 but most of my fave shots were taken with the macro lens. I like it up-close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmayeo View Post
    Good composition and use of light.
    Adding those little props really make the photos look interesting.
    True. I spend more time looking for props. In fact, I bought 2 new placemats from mustafa so i can alternate it. thank you for viewing.

  13. #33

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    Quote Originally Posted by auden09 View Post
    nice job! i like the Ginger Fish photo. Really made me hungry.
    and it's very easy to cook too!

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    Spring Onion Ginger Chicken

    Ingredients


    The output


    About to eat
    Last edited by onioncube; 13th March 2011 at 02:22 PM.

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    Delicious, makes me hungry already!

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    Its great how you can make simple dishes look nice! what flowers are that beside the spring onions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by framemylife View Post
    Delicious, makes me hungry already!
    thanks framemylife!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobus View Post
    Its great how you can make simple dishes look nice! what flowers are that beside the spring onions?
    thanks so much for viewing. great observation. that was a flower I plucked from my coriander plants. I plant some basil and coriander outside my window so i'd occasionallly pluck some for shooting accessories.

    great blog you have! keep it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobus View Post
    Its great how you can make simple dishes look nice! what flowers are that beside the spring onions?
    thanks so much for viewing. great observation. that was a flower I plucked from my coriander plants. I plant some basil and coriander outside my window so i'd occasionallly pluck some for shooting accessories.

    great blog you have! keep it up.

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