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    Quote Originally Posted by blueskye168 View Post
    Well, fairly good attempt though so far I had observed, especially for a new/newer comer...!! ( need to rush off for my.....hehe...!! ) thus, a quick C&C for your recent ones would be of that "Gliding/Sliding-off" "feel"of these delicacies.....just don't 'Tilt' these dishes as nopoint in 'tilting' of Food-shot anyway...ya...so justremember one of this important point, and of cos plus some other areas to improve/touch-on when I'm free, will surely further enhance/improveyour Food-Photography.....!! Can bro Anthony...?...( well...singning off now...)
    die... Bro Eric, I still got few tilting shots which I have not post hahaha Wanted to try out the "coming to you", "moving away from you" feel. Guess it don't work out huh hahahhaa No more tilting next time
    Sure sure more than happy to have you helping me to improve haha I be waiting for your C&C to help me improve on my photos
    Enjoy your lunch!!
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    Had my dinner at Porn's Thai Restaurant (Mount Faber Safra) and was quite amazed by the authentic taste
    This restaurant was opened by one of the Popular Singapore TV host Pornsak

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    Pineapple Fried Rice

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    Thai Style Kang Kong

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    Pad Thai

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    Chicken Green Curry

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    Nice bro, but the color (and contrast) of the last few (Thai food) is kinda muted. Your home-cooked prawn noodles look really yummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by asthio88 View Post
    Nice bro, but the color (and contrast) of the last few (Thai food) is kinda muted. Your home-cooked prawn noodles look really yummy :
    Thanks Ya was trying not to up the saturation too much that why look kind of dull

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    Hmm.....bro, your thread #169 is rather ok for its exposure except just a tad over only on the onions.....rather good attempt this time round...!! Oh ya...nearly forgot to highlight to you on/near the top-most-right-corner, there's a "blackline-object" if possible 'get-it-out-of-sight' plus, elevate your anlge of this shot will = great-shot liao, you know...??.....hehehe.....!!

    But hor...for #170 and #171 = three-shots were considered as over-exposed by at least 2/3 to 1&1/2stops.....sad to say, by now expect you to be able to go without much of this 'exposure' issues...

    Don'tworry or discourage...ya...as you're improving progressively from what I've observed...!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueskye168 View Post
    Hmm.....bro, your thread #169 is rather ok for its exposure except just a tad over only on the onions.....rather good attempt this time round...!! Oh ya...nearly forgot to highlight to you on/near the top-most-right-corner, there's a "blackline-object" if possible 'get-it-out-of-sight' plus, elevate your anlge of this shot will = great-shot liao, you know...??.....hehehe.....!!

    But hor...for #170 and #171 = three-shots were considered as over-exposed by at least 2/3 to 1&1/2stops.....sad to say, by now expect you to be able to go without much of this 'exposure' issues...


    Don'tworry or discourage...ya...as you're improving progressively from what I've observed...!!
    Thank bro!! The black line was the base of other plate, quite a small table lol will take note of these next time.
    Thanks for the exposure tips too

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    Hokkien Prawn Mee
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    Cheok Kee Braised Duck Rice
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    Yummy!!!
    One of my favorite duck rice stall too, but my family frequent their outlet in Geylang Bahru FC more...

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    Yummy!!!
    One of my favorite duck rice stall too, but my family frequent their outlet in Geylang Bahru FC more...
    Now I seldom go there also. Night time Q too long and hard to park the car ... So have to wait till I MC or on leave then can go for weekdays noon time hahaa love their 卤汁

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    Now I seldom go there also. Night time Q too long and hard to park the car ... So have to wait till I MC or on leave then can go for weekdays noon time hahaa love their 卤汁
    You got "MC" still have such a good appetite, is it real one ? Got to ask doctor to give you an MC " Rest for one day, no duck allow "

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    Quote Originally Posted by kutten View Post
    You got "MC" still have such a good appetite, is it real one ? Got to ask doctor to give you an MC " Rest for one day, no duck allow "
    :Hope nope of my bosses is a CS member hahaha
    MC must eat something tasty to build up my appetite right?

    A Tasty Food is the Best Medicine hahahaha

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    Fried Oyster
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