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PHILIPPINES II: Chicken and Pork ADOBO!!!

 
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Feb 08, 2013 19:31 |  #9436

haha Nice shots Tito Pete :D


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Feb 08, 2013 23:28 |  #9437

Peter2516 wrote in post #15588925 (external link)
Bought some OCF starter kit and trying to learn flash photography....
Here are my first tries....


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Great job on your first try, very nice! Handsome young fella too! Pwede sa That's My Boy!


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Feb 09, 2013 00:15 |  #9438

monk3y wrote in post #15585520 (external link)
Love you second shot Nub :)

Thank you! :)


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Feb 09, 2013 01:24 |  #9439

monk3y wrote in post #15588936 (external link)
haha Nice shots Tito Pete :D

jodelak wrote in post #15589579 (external link)
Great job on your first try, very nice! Handsome young fella too! Pwede sa That's My Boy!

:D Thanks Monk and Jo.


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Feb 09, 2013 07:28 |  #9440

Peter2516 wrote in post #15586561 (external link)
Everytime we have visitors from other states or from the Philippines we always visit Vancouver Stanley Park and the Capinano suspension bridge. Sometimes when we have more time we go to Grouse mountain. And the siopao from new town bakery he he.

Have you heard of Lynn Valley? they also have suspension bridge but it's free. They have a trail system there so you can spend as little time or a full day depends on your schedule. Unfortunately you are always under the canopy of trees, so it makes it harder to do photography.

yeah the siopao & mami at newtown is worth stopping by.

monk3y wrote in post #15586589 (external link)
Hip Shot haha... iso 3200 and a bit underexposed so it's kinda noisy not sharp as well coz I think I did not nail the focus properly

Are they handing out pamphlets in the middle of the road?

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Bought some OCF starter kit and trying to learn flash photography....
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I like #3 but I enjoyed #4 the most :D

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Great job on your first try, very nice! Handsome young fella too! Pwede sa That's My Boy!

Everybody is talking about this movie. Gotta see/rent it one of these days.


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Feb 09, 2013 07:32 |  #9441

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Have you heard of Lynn Valley? they also have suspension bridge but it's free. They have a trail system there so you can spend as little time or a full day depends on your schedule. Unfortunately you are always under the canopy of trees, so it makes it harder to do photography.

yeah the siopao & mami at newtown is worth stopping by.


Are they handing out pamphlets in the middle of the road?

I like #3 but I enjoyed #4 the most :D

Everybody is talking about this movie. Gotta see/rent it one of these days.

Yes they were, most of them were probably working for a Maid's cafe, that's why they were dressed like that.


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Feb 09, 2013 07:32 |  #9442

I went to a famous ramen shop here in Tokyo owned by a new yorker called Ivan Ramen

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Had some Shoyu Ramen :D
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and water
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This is the menu/vending machine outside the store, you buy outside and give the stub that comes out of the machine to the cook inside
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Feb 09, 2013 07:55 |  #9443

monk3y wrote in post #15590239 (external link)
Yes they were, most of them were probably working for a Maid's cafe, that's why they were dressed like that.

hehehe I thought they were cosplay kids :lol:


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I went to a famous ramen shop here in Tokyo owned by a new yorker called Ivan Ramen

This is the menu/vending machine outside the store, you buy outside and give the stub that comes out of the machine to the cook inside
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Nice concept. I wish they would do this on sushi restaurant in Vancouver.


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Feb 09, 2013 07:57 |  #9444

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hehehe I thought they were cosplay kids :lol:

Nice concept. I wish they would do this on sushi restaurant in Vancouver.

haha even Sushi restos here don't do vendo... Sushi restos here usually have touch screens in front of your seat where you can order whatever you want.

The Vendos are usually located outside, it's easy with ramen since a person usually only orders 1 dish.


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Feb 09, 2013 09:47 |  #9445

monk3y wrote in post #15590314 (external link)
haha even Sushi restos here don't do vendo... Sushi restos here usually have touch screens in front of your seat where you can order whatever you want.

The Vendos are usually located outside, it's easy with ramen since a person usually only orders 1 dish.

yeah when I was working in Burnaby (same area as Jo), my favourite sushi resto is always busy during lunch hour. If I am late getting there during lunch, my whole lunchtime were ruined. Having a vendo while waiting in line for a table would help. Anyways in my present location, the only sushi available is sub-par. More like food court sushi. Aside from Japanese, Vietnamese food is another one that I missed.:D


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Feb 09, 2013 09:56 |  #9446

Peter nice try, I believe #2 is best, but still a little soft.
The others are a little washout on the white suit.
Did you use a reflector for shadow fill in? Also focus on the eyes, most are soft when you zoom in on the eye. For PP, do eye , iris enhacement, dodge the whites etc.. You have two flashes get an RF602 wireless flash trigger and impact umbrella set up.


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Feb 09, 2013 10:00 |  #9447

Peter this http://www.bhphotovide​o.com …Flash_Umbrella_​Mount.html (external link)


Here in shoot thru, reflected on mirror

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Feb 09, 2013 10:14 |  #9448

Using 580 and 430 flash with shoot thru umbrellas and RF602 trigger, white styrofoams for reflectors

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Here one umbrella on right up and reflector below, one flash with no modifier up left for head highlights

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Here is the model shoot set up
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Feb 09, 2013 11:09 |  #9449

Here is abother set up of the $99 umbrella kit; here shoot thru front, refector umbrella for highlights

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Result, but changed the light, shoot thru on right front, umbrella reflector back left
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Feb 09, 2013 12:13 |  #9450

monk3y wrote in post #15590242 (external link)
I went to a famous ramen shop here in Tokyo owned by a new yorker called Ivan Ramen
http://monk3y.zenfolio​.com/img/s8/v76/p14231​12790-5.jpg (external link)
Had some Shoyu Ramen :D
http://monk3y.zenfolio​.com/img/s8/v80/p14231​12844-5.jpg (external link)

and water
http://monk3y.zenfolio​.com/img/s11/v3/p14231​12828-5.jpg (external link)

This is the menu/vending machine outside the store, you buy outside and give the stub that comes out of the machine to the cook inside
http://monk3y.zenfolio​.com/img/s2/v71/p14231​12798-5.jpg (external link)

You mean you went to a famous ramen shop in Tokyo called Ivan Ramen owned by a New Yorker named Ivan Orkin, right? ;)

I like all kinds of noodle soups, especially Japanese. Sure would like to try some of the Ivan Ramen ramen soups. They look interesting. :)


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