|One of the tables reserved for us tonight.
|Food Photography Event on 22nd April 2013.
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|Getting tips from Calvin Huang.
|Calvin showing us the different angles of shooting to bring out the best in food photography.
|There is distraction of an object on the top and water reflection on the sides. Need to avoid these…
|Try to add chopsticks and the sauce at the top right hand corner… Also, you could have someone using a fork to poke the doufu and lift up from the dish about 1 inch away, then snap the photo.
|Too much empty space on top left corner. Try to shoot lower. The cucumber is too prominent.
|Too much empty space at top left n right corners, shoot slightly lower and focus on the chicken which is closest to your lens.
|Good effort, however try to shoot lower to empathize on the stacking and show a little of bokeh of background.
|Overall, this photo looks underexposed, especially on the right hand side. “more light” and zoom out slightly… too much shadows, overpowering.
|Anthony Lim’s winning shot.
Other shots taken that night which also ended up as our meal:
|The chef was so nice! He said it would be better for our photography if he didn’t cook the fish first, lol…
|Calvin’s take on black pepper crab.
The attendees had a good time that evening!
|Calvin giving away some tips.
|Frank Ho and his charming smile!
|Ricky Quah making us laugh along with him.
|Time to eat, finally!
|Sen Washiyama trying to feed Alex Lim, lol…
|Ricky Quah and Jeslin Tan, our lovely co-organiser.
|Benjamin GX Lin, Seow Hong and Wilson Wong.
|Calvin Huang, our special guest of honour tonight.
|Anthony Lim, Benjamin GX Lin and Seow Hong.
|Su Suling and Klavier Tan.
|Serene Xin and Iva Cung.
|Wu Ting Ting, Sam Han, Calvin Huang & Adrian Aw Yong.
|Ting Ting, Sam, Calvin and Adrian.
|Calvin’s closing speech at the end of dinner and announcement on his selection of winners in a mini contest for best unedited food photos.
|Sam and Calvin Huang.
|Anthony Lim receiving his prize from Calvin Huang.
|Adrian Aw Yong receiving his prize from Calvin Huang.
|I am very fortunate to be selected as one of the recipients – this video (over 3 hours) changed Calvin’s life as a photographer and I can’t wait to watch it. Calvin told me he’d watched it more than 20 times!
|17 participants in tonight’s food outing plus the lady boss (Ah Yen) of Ju Feng who was so kind to give us a fat discount and quiet corner with good lighting for our event.
I had a fantastic time learning and bonding with my kakis that night. We had such a great time I’m looking forward to yet another adventure with them!
|Thank you for the great company and invaluable lessons!
Ju Feng Garden Kitchen serves wonderful cze char with authentic local taste at very reasonable price and friendly service. It was so good some of our kakis (Wilson Wong and Sen Washiyama) are planning their own family trips there. As Su Suling said, "Cooking is excellent. Highly recommended."
Ju Feng Garden Kitchen
Blk 117 Commonwealth Drive,
Tel: +65 64734320