|Copyright: cris go (crisgotiny)
|Date Taken: 2008-03-29|
|Exposure: f/9.0, 1/160 seconds|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2008-03-30 2:03|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Take a break, just tried capturing Filipino food Letchon Kawali. Hope I did fine with this capture I pp the background. I did use a flash shooting this dish.|
Very interesting food. Original picture. Good light and colors. Good take.
This lookes very tasty,
natakam ako...hehe..but i think the focus was lost somewhere..... the yellow bg is not helping at all...parang d bagay sa contrast....but that's just me... pero natakam pa rin ako nevertheless... tfs
This works ok I think Cris. I haven't tried photographing food so I don't have any suggestions to offer, but the lighting and sharpness of this works fine.
I presume the table was already yellow, which is why you chose the yellow colour for background? You did a good job anyway, at first glance it looks real enough.
Your photo have some cruel aspect... Ok i overreactiong for the fun...
Like in many big city, we have many culture in MTL. So as i'm some good in cooking i improvise a lot and enjoy to have acces to many culture... Actually i'm on a trip of Indian meals. Had my Asiatic experience too and i have to say that little bowl of soup look interesting to taste!
Wath is charming me in the Asian culinar art is that it's often tasltfull a lot even if it's with some simple but well balanced ingredient...
It give me the taste to try a base of Soya sauce into water. Peppers, and red oignon seem to bring a mix of flavors with punch!
But come back to the photo. Food is not easy to take at it's appear. Yes light is very important! You say you use a flash for the dish... Hummm danger if ther is some delicate details on it! Well accomplish!
I believe food is special with photo... If you make it look tastfull it a sign that the light is well control... And actually if i speak of the soup... The entire work looks delicious!