Freshness of Homecooking


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tainted

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I'm sorry but it didn't stir any emotion in me at all.
What kind of mood are you trying to evoke? :dunno:

Food wise I think it looks alright.
The idea and presentation is there
Although I feel some images will benefit if taken at a slightly higher angle.
Colors lack punch some dishes look abit underexposed.
Bump up the saturation and exposure abit?
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prakasom

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love pic 01....
 

marcwang

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I'm sorry but it didn't stir any emotion in me at all.
What kind of mood are you trying to evoke? :dunno:

Food wise I think it looks alright.
The idea and presentation is there
Although I feel some images will benefit if taken at a slightly higher angle.
Colors lack punch some dishes look abit underexposed.
Bump up the saturation and exposure abit?
:)
Thank you, I agree with a higher angle/ but bumping up colours is not my thing. I prefer less saturation than an artificial looking one. I intended these images as random shots in the menu, to give a sense of natural ingredients. :) . I'll try harder!
 

tainted

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Thank you, I agree with a higher angle/ but bumping up colours is not my thing. I prefer less saturation than an artificial looking one. I intended these images as random shots in the menu, to give a sense of natural ingredients. :) . I'll try harder!
ouhhh I see I see.
Its a matter of our personal tastes then :bsmilie:
How about the bumping up exposure part? :D
 

glennyong

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i like the first one. but i think the green lacks abit of power in it..

probably you can bump up the saturation and contrast in that pic ?

2nd picture would be one picture which i would print and frame it ! ;)
 

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