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Old Aug 14, 2011, 4:01 PM   #1
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Been busy lately helping my friend with his restaurant when I am not working myself. Left me little extra time. Here is some shots chosen at random I took for their website.

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Racha Trio by Dustin Hardwick, on Flickr


Crispy Pad Thai by Dustin Hardwick, on Flickr



Duck by Dustin Hardwick, on Flickr



House Salad by Dustin Hardwick, on Flickr



Seaweed Salad by Dustin Hardwick, on Flickr



Coconut Soup by Dustin Hardwick, on Flickr
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Hards, you got me hunger again. Had sushi for lunch, now I want Thai for dinner. And the Duck is looking very tempting.
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Very nice Dustin. Magazine picks.
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Thanks guys. I would have liked to have more time to do my own photographical interests, but it really has been pretty fun to do some projects like this as well.
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Dustin, These are excellent...and as Ordo said above, "magazine" quality! What kind of lighting did you use? i.e. flash, natural light or spots, etc?

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Jehan.

Thank you for the kind words. Nothing fancy on the lighting. I found a well lit area near two reflective walls and then used a white reflector on some if needed.
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