Fallen Stars for Breakfast


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Just toying around with the idea; shots are spontaneous and not too well adjusted.
No stars were left uneaten.
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Some PP is needed to do justice to these pics. The milk doesn't look white. It looks greyish on my monitor and isn't that appealing.
 

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Some PP is needed to do justice to these pics. The milk doesn't look white. It looks greyish on my monitor and isn't that appealing.
Yea I know that, it doesnt look "properly" milk white too on my monitor.
I had mentioned it as toying around with the idea, so feel free for anyone to experiment yea?
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Some PP is needed to do justice to these pics. The milk doesn't look white. It looks greyish on my monitor and isn't that appealing.
haha...cos contain melamine...:bsmilie:
 

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D40 + kit lens + honey stars + magnolia fresh milk + empty tummy hehe
 

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no wonder! Couldn't wait to take a few more shots and had to eat, eh? :bsmilie:
No choice ah... otherwise I'll sure kena yakking session after that!

this 1 seem to be the best of the lot... but u still need some cropping... kinda interesting throw, look like some WWE match, jumping down from the rope...
You got the idea there! I could have done much much better with a more advanced set up and lighting; but at least I know how the rough idea is. I was so the very tempted to add in "cartoon eyes" onto the honeystars hehe...
 

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Shoot a falling star and put it in a bucket,
eat it on a rainy day! ;)
 

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