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    Pomelo & Confit Duck Leg Salad
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    Didnt notice the distracting tip of the fork untill I upload to the lappy....
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    Salt & Pepper Squid Roasted Garlic Aioli
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    Sea Bass Fish & Chips with Crushed Peas & Fresh Mint
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    Red Wine Braised Wagyu Beef Cheek & Bourguignon Sauce
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    Nice quiet restaurant serving italian foods. Extremely low light restaurant, so quite a challenge to shoot here.
    C&C welcome for any of my photos, looking for improvement.
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    Prime ribs bak kut teh and braised pig trotters.







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    Quote Originally Posted by mycc3 View Post
    Prime ribs bak kut teh and braised pig trotters.







    Thanks for sharing, but I think you may want to start a new thread of your own to share all your yummy photos

    Anyway, some comments of your shots, first you may want to downsize your photo. Think its too big and most of your photos looks soft from my monitor.

    1st photo, I like the way you placve the rest of the dishes behind as background, but I would prefer the BKT to be taken on a higher angle.

    3rd photo angle was good but you may want to wipe off the stain on the bowl, its quite distracting.

    4th photo I will crop it tighter and may want to arrange the preserved vegetable & BKT in a way that it's filling up the plate.

    Overrall lighting was great.

    Hope to see more

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    Would like to ask if the last 3 photo looks under exposed to you? When see from my laptop seem ok but when I use my computer in office seem under exposed. Only when I adjust my monitor to 100% brightness then looks ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntheni View Post
    Would like to ask if the last 3 photo looks under exposed to you? When see from my laptop seem ok but when I use my computer in office seem under exposed. Only when I adjust my monitor to 100% brightness then looks ok.
    The exposure looks ok on my ofc laptop.
    In the eyes of the beholder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ntheni View Post
    Thanks for sharing, but I think you may want to start a new thread of your own to share all your yummy photos

    Anyway, some comments of your shots, first you may want to downsize your photo. Think its too big and most of your photos looks soft from my monitor.

    1st photo, I like the way you placve the rest of the dishes behind as background, but I would prefer the BKT to be taken on a higher angle.

    3rd photo angle was good but you may want to wipe off the stain on the bowl, its quite distracting.

    4th photo I will crop it tighter and may want to arrange the preserved vegetable & BKT in a way that it's filling up the plate.

    Overrall lighting was great.

    Hope to see more
    really appreciate the comments! please bear with me as I am still a newbie in using clubsnap but going forward will take note in posting smaller pics.

    look forward to learning from you guys!

    thanks again!
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