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Old Feb 25, 2014, 10:15 PM   #1
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A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to do a photoshoot for a designer in Brooklyn and she choose different locations for it. One of those was an Italian restaurant in Greenpoint - Brooklyn called Milk & Roses.

It is a beautiful place and the decoration very interesting.

I went back last week with my wife to have dinner and take some pictures.

I used the OMD-E5 + Zuiko 9-18mm

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Old Feb 25, 2014, 11:31 PM   #2
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Outstanding photography Marcelo..........
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Beautiful captures. On the last two I like how the outdoor light was just right so you can see out the window just as well as indoors.
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Very nice shots and what looks to be a very unique place.
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WoW Marcelo Excellent shots
Fantastic lightening
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G'day mate

Hey Marcelo - what an amazing place and its olde-worlde atmosphere
I am very impressed by your camera work - everything fits together so nicely !
- love the wine list too

Well done
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I can only repeat what the others have already said. Well done Marcelo.
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Old Feb 28, 2014, 10:10 AM   #8
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Outstanding photography Marcelo..........
Thank you Bob for the comment.

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Beautiful captures. On the last two I like how the outdoor light was just right so you can see out the window just as well as indoors.
Thank you so much for the feedback, It was the blue hour so that help me achive that nice look with even exposure for the inside and outside the building.

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Very nice shots and what looks to be a very unique place.
It is a beautiful place, I understand they are filming now some scenes of a new Hollywood movie.

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WoW Marcelo Excellent shots
Fantastic lightening
Thank you Fred

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G'day mate

Hey Marcelo - what an amazing place and its olde-worlde atmosphere
I am very impressed by your camera work - everything fits together so nicely !
- love the wine list too

Well done
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Thank you Phil,

It is a different atmosphere and beautiful decoration, the back yard is so beautifully decorated.

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Thank you Steven.
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Nice shots and looks like a nice menus/place to eat too!
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Nice shots and looks like a nice menus/place to eat too!
Hi Rancewan,

It is a very interesting place and the food was great, the menu state they use only organic products.
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