Doesn’t this look absolutely yummylicious?? I love food, and I love food photography… My inadequate Sony Ericsson K610i’s 2MB camera has been worked hard to get the best possible shots of food that I’ve ordered for the past few months…
But nothing beats supermacro lense when you wanta make food look delicious. I’ve learnt to love photography because of food. I always appreciate the presentation of every dish I order, and I always wanta preserve my impression of it. What I discovered is that colourful doesn’t mean delicious. LOL.
The flaky vegetable pizza at BakerzIn wasn’t good… The red peppers were undercooked and lacked the aroma you’d expect from roasted (or properly cooked) peppers. But it did have a nice glossy red-lipstick colour that made it look delicious. Therefore, the ancient saying is true… Appearance can be deceiving!
I think food is beautiful, it doesn’t mind close-ups because its colours and layer of gloss make you hungry when you have a closer look, as if it’s right in front of you. I’ve started working on my project on how to market a hotel restaurant, and somehow I just dove right into the menu itinerary… Gawd making up the menu made me hungry while I was doing research. Greek salad never looked so good to me.
Here are all the food pictures that mentioned so far..
The very yummy looking Greek Salad, courtesy of Mediterrasian.com
So that’s all so far, for my food update. I’ve always said my dream job is to be a food critic, the kind that has a TV crew following me around while I sample delicacies of the world (free food, free travel, free lodging, and I get paid for it!!) Oh dream on. Lol.