First shot - fried lou shu fan.

2nd - Mantis prawn with cereals. Yummy. . . 3rd - Abalone with brocolli
4th - Lanterns ...
Any comment on these few shots?

14 comments

  1. Little Inbox // Sep 15, 2008, 8:50:00 PM  

    Nice shots. You bought a new camera?
    BTW, did you see my post on the claypot chicken rice?

  2. CK Lam // Sep 15, 2008, 10:47:00 PM  

    Your photos sure looks different...new technic or new camera?

  3. Allie // Sep 16, 2008, 9:17:00 AM  

    Little Inbox,

    Just read your post as I was away fr Msia from 4th Sept - 9th Sept. Still struggling to catch up everything. Hehe

    The claypot chicken rice looks so yummy... :-)

  4. Allie // Sep 16, 2008, 9:18:00 AM  

    Little Inbox & CK,

    Hehe... I've just bought my first DSLR Nikon D60. :-)

  5. JeromeFo 令狐冲 // Sep 18, 2008, 10:10:00 PM  

    I miss fried lou shu fan alot ><

  6. Allie // Sep 19, 2008, 9:41:00 AM  

    JefomeFo,
    Maybe you can try to fried it yourself? Hehe

  7. tigerfish // Sep 19, 2008, 9:59:00 AM  

    We call it Mee Tai Mak in my family! Love the wok-fried and soup version of it.

    Thanks for dropping by my blog.

  8. Easy King // Sep 19, 2008, 3:18:00 PM  

    good shots!
    me too juz bought Canon EOS 450D.
    now still under Tzu Chi photography beginner class, since Aug'08.

  9. Allie // Sep 19, 2008, 3:45:00 PM  

    Tigerfish,
    oo.. I understand that Hokkien ppl called it Bee Tai Bak rite?

    Easy King,
    Share pics with me la... Let's share our experience.

    After you attend class, you can teach me d la. Hehe

  10. Criz Lai // Sep 21, 2008, 9:47:00 PM  

    Well.. all shots look good especially the prawn.. haha. Do you intend to get all the shots in portrait format? I think you should add in some landscape format as well to balance things off.

    I'm not an expert but I have always based my shots on the main object. What is the main object in a photo? Eg the cereal mantis prawns... I can't really see the prawns except a big lump of cereals. Sometimes, we need to use the fork to get rid of the excess to make the object(s) stands out more. This is just my opinion.

    http://crizfood.blogspot.com/

  11. Allie // Sep 22, 2008, 9:43:00 AM  

    Criz Lai,
    Hmm... actually I took many shots.. some in landscape too. I just post a few which I think it's nice. Hehe...

    Thanks for the valuable advise. Will follow your advise next time I snap pics.

  12. ian-ization // Sep 23, 2008, 9:23:00 PM  

    nice pix =)

  13. J2Kfm // Sep 23, 2008, 10:30:00 PM  

    the 1st pic looks obviously taken by DSLR. :)
    clear shot and clean. the lantern shot very clear, and the colours are nice.
    Nikon D60, is it easy to use?
    I'm still thinking of buying myself a digicam, instead of relying on my camphone for food shots.

  14. Allie // Sep 24, 2008, 9:20:00 AM  

    ian-ization,
    Thanks for visiting!

    j2kfm,
    You are using camphone for your food shots? Wow! You always post nice pics...

    The lanterns - i find it hard to snap a pic as outside is windy.
    Nikon D60, i'm still exploring the functions...