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Sheskabab by witch-girl-pilar Sheskabab by witch-girl-pilar
Taken during my Photography 2 class. Tasty, neh? Truth is, they're raw. We just bought some raw food. We used oil paint for the colors, then some linseed oil for the shine. We did fry them a little though for some texture. xD

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luciankinox Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2010
Nhamy-nhan :P
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Halogenic110 Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2010   Traditional Artist
the Linseed oil made the barbeque a look a little dry, I would reccomend using glycerin. And with a tray like that, putting it against a white background makes it look boringm other than that I think the presentation is lovely >w<
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dayalive Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2010   General Artist
Mmm, mas maigi sana kung ni-center mo ung picture. Putol kasi eh, di kita ung lettuce atsaka ung pepper thingy, tsaka ung onion. O:
And um... naalala ko, sabi sakin, di daw recommended ang wild angle shot sa mga Still Life photography at landscapes. un lang. pero muka naman maganda ung presentation ng food nyo ayon dun sa iba pang pictures na pinost mo sa plark. XD
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stiff-fingers Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2010
too much flash imo.
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leviathanofuda Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
looks dry though.
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yurikawamura Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
I forgot about that. XD
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yurikawamura Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010
Looks good.
But it looks flat because of the white background, a good background for kabab would be black but the best will be wood.
The lettuce looks odd in that angle, it could have been used as a bedding for the kabab instead.
Having Problem with the angle though (you may have to tilt your head to have a good look of it.)
The garlic and the parsley (not so sure if it is parsley) is not noticeable.
It would look better if one of the shakers wasn't cut off.
And in food photography, there should be no shadows as much as possible.
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Jan 16, 2010, 12:18:41 PM
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