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    Breakfast
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    Well...well bro, you've improved progressively ( especially those latest few presentations - 'Breakfast'...!!!)....will go in 'Details' when I've more free times can...ok, bro...?

    Till then...!!!
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    Well...well bro, you've improved progressively ( especially those latest few presentations - 'Breakfast'...!!!)....will go in 'Details' when I've more free times can...ok, bro...?

    Till then...!!!
    Thanks bro~!! Will be waiting ~

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    For shot like the above, it'd be better go just slightly closer/tighter only ok...not too close, so long as the table 'lines'=woonden-planks/strips/lines and colors does not get in the way/orientation=created a unpleasant-illusion on the whole of the food-shot,...especially lines that goes against &/or not in harmony with the food, if any, were to occur...yah...do note on this!!





    Pineapple Fried Rice
    Just a tad over, so -1/3 to -2/3 Stops...thereabout + add just a tad only of contrast, nottoo strong/much ok...!! Luckily slightly tilted only which in this case, didn't appeared/feel the "falling/gliding-over" so still possible...!!
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    Thai Style Kang Kong

    Porn's Thai Restaurant
    (Mount Faber Safra)
    As for this plate.....erhmm ( mentioned before liao...)...you'd know by now right, hehe...bro!!

    Hence, further explanation is not necessary liao hor...!!
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    Pad Thai

    Porn's Thai Restaurant
    (Mount Faber Safra)
    Yes, this is 'the-tilt' that is workable...why??? Well, do you see or feel that the food is falling/gliding/sliding-over...hmmm...nopenot in anyway for this particular food shot right...!!!!!

    Indeed, that's what I meant...only when the output-image that's withoutthose "Unpleasant-illusion" made it...!!!!!
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    Chicken Green Curry

    Porn's Thai Restaurant
    (Mount Faber Safra)
    Well Anthony, this is a nice shot notbcos it's close/tight, instead, it's on the whole, in term of composition, bits & pieces of foods/colors being formed/framed diagonally across as well as the bowl shown with nicely-balanced of 4-sides...which fall under all my 'taste-of-food-shots'.....well done, c'mon...bro


    Hahaha...nearly forgotten to highlight you on some of those "Hotspot".....try your very BEST to get rid of it as much and as far as possible ok.....true enough abit of not so 'Distracting/unsightly-Hotspot" is very acceptable as not really need to have a 100%-Hotspot-Free foodshot, cos if one is experienced enough, you'll realize that some/appropriate hotspot do give these foods the sparkling/freshness/not-so-Dry as if food had been prepared for hours or even days liao ahhh...!!!
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    Hokkien Prawn Mee
    Lagoon Food Village (East Coast Park)
    For this food shot above...well arranged of the prawns and composed well with the chilli and that little lime...nice!!!


    The only gripe I find is please Do Not Use Disposable spoon/chopsticks/etc as props for taking food shot....as it's definitely much better to do without, if Non-disposable utensils/cutlery weren't available during shoots...!!!!!
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    Again and luckily this 'tilt' works too as on the whole, every items on that plate seemed 'Stayed-put' except a really very-very little bit on the egg-yolk seemed lobbed...just that very little that won't effect and I believed some may not even notice it if not highlighted, right...haha...!!!




    Just a tad on the perspective = angle of shot to be elevated slightly for a more comfortable and natural look then this, that appeared to be much compressed perspective...yah and the exposure is about 2/3 to 1.0 under liao hor...!!!




    Breakfast
    Home Cooked
    Yeah this is nice plate of Breakfast...except your exposure again is about 1/2 to 2/3-Stop of under-exposed liao hor, note on that...!!!

    Hmmm.....well, just a side note, take this food-shot scenario with the 'genuine' folk, imagine now it is a plastic white/black/etc colors folk.....try your very best to imagine that and "placed-it" exactly that position and you'll know what I meant by saying earlier on for that Disposable curtly used is not preferred...yah...!!!!!!
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    Thank Bro Eric for all the comments okok no more disposable fork, spoon, chopstick, knife

    As for the exposure, sometime I don't know is it my lappy problem or not... I noticed the photo look a bit different from my lappy to my office desktop

    Btw bro what do you mean by "hotspot"??

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    Pan Fried Seabass with Tomato & Basil
    Hosted on the Patio

    3 Stars Out of 5
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    Assorted Ham Platters
    Hosted on the Patio

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    Prawn Salad
    Hosted on the Patio
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    Assorted Ham Platters
    Hosted on the Patio
    Wah bro, this is really Really love the color combination.. The prawn salad looks a lil dull on my monitor though.. How's the food quality?

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    Bro Asthio, is this better?
    I think i really need to do some thing to my lappy
    The food there was good but service a bit....haiz...

    3 Stars Out of 5
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    Tonpei Yaki
    Waraku Japanese Casual Dining (Marina Square)

    It's just only fried egg with pork covering lots of cabbage inside

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    Corn Butter
    Waraku Japanese Casual Dining (Marina Square)

    Taste almost the same as those you get for $2 at pasar malam...

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    Chashu Don
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    Hokkai Salad
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    Hokkai Tororo Hiyashi Udon
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    My friend ordered this cold udon, according to her this was very tasty!!!

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