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Thread: The Food Thread

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    The Food Thread

    The Rules

    Post any photos of food, restaurants, dining, anything related to food and eating. Make us all hungry with your enticing photos! If the picture makes you salivate, it's a good one.

    Many of the earlier photo links are broken. I recommend skipping to pages 12 and onwards to see our latest works.

    Disclaimer

    If you are hungry or on a diet, we do not hold ourselves responsible for your actions. I can almost guarantee that you will succumb to your stomach's desires and chomp down something as a result of viewing this thread!
    Last edited by Rex914; 09-30-2006 at 11:41 PM.

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    OK I'll play along. Some of my favorite summer time dining choices and yes all prepared my me and taken with a 2MP Olympus D-520 PS ...

    Good Ole Boiled Shrimp



    Louisiana Seafood Gumbo



    And last of all Key Lime Pie

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    Hey, where's the etouffee?

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    Edit:

    Alll of my newest photos are on pages 12, 13, and 14. Or you can check out all 50+ of my photos in my food photo gallery!

    http://gallery.gureporter.com/v/food/
    Last edited by Rex914; 08-21-2006 at 12:13 AM.

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    Rex...

    That's an impressive shot given the camera and the circumstances. But I just don't get how someone as smart and as talented as you can stand using that camera...it makes my twicth and shudder just thinking about it...

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    You just learn how to work with what you're given and make every shot count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rex914
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    If the picture makes you salivate, it's a good one. Remember that composition and the overall mood count for a lot]


    Sashimi Plate - Taken in 2001 with a Kodak DC3400
    I love Sashimi!!! This definitely makes me water.

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    Ice cream macro. Canon A80 iso100
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    Ok, thats it guys i have to complain. In fact i think i might mail Jeff to see if i can get this thread removed. Thing is, i'm suposed to be on a diet and how on earth am i supposed to do that when my favorite thing ever is photographed so excellently. God damn i'm hurngery now........


    Ha ha ha. excelent work, rerally good pic's.....or is it just the scrummy looking food...

    Allan...


    Bluedog... if it's not a family secret, how's about pm 'ing me some of those recipies. If they are just in your head then the general idea would be great...
    Last edited by AllanC; 04-22-2005 at 02:21 AM.

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    A pizza coming out of the oven. This one was the first shot testing the 50mm f/1.8's razor thin DOF.

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