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    ntheni,

    my comments as follows :

    Certain photos are over exposed; especially the rice.
    Majority of the photo contains yellow cast and some green cast (especially the pudding).
    I have edited a few photos to show you the differences once the color casts are removed,
    I have also increased the contrast, boost up the color and sharpen a little bit to make the photo looks more appealing.

    Keep up with the shooting and improve your photoshop PP skills and you will be there one day... ( to be honest, I hardly taken any food photography )


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    Quote Originally Posted by kutten
    ntheni,

    my comments as follows :

    Certain photos are over exposed; especially the rice.
    Majority of the photo contains yellow cast and some green cast (especially the pudding).
    I have edited a few photos to show you the differences once the color casts are removed,
    I have also increased the contrast, boost up the color and sharpen a little bit to make the photo looks more appealing.

    Keep up with the shooting and improve your photoshop PP skills and you will be there one day... ( to be honest, I hardly taken any food photography )
    Thanks for your advice kutten, ya every time when I tried to remove the yellow cast, the blue cast appear... Guess I shall enroll myself for a photoshop class

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    texture is especially important, try to get a table near the window and position your frame to get the best light and a clean background
    you can see some of my food pictures that i took with my iPhone

    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/threa...ne-Photo-a-day

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    Ortega bro, your photo very nice. All my shots are dinner shots that why i cant get natural light

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntheni View Post


    Grilled Squid
    do you focus on the centre of the squid?
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    Quote Originally Posted by holywing

    do you focus on the centre of the squid?
    Yup I did

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    Looks delicious!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ntheni View Post
    Yup I did
    that why ur side look so blur. sorry if i offend u .
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    Quote Originally Posted by holywing

    that why ur side look so blur. sorry if i offend u .
    No worry about offending because the squid is white can't auto focus, so I need to use manual focus.


    Thanks bonrya~!!
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