Behind-the-scenes: Think Out of the Box, The Japanese Way

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Its beautiful weather this Friday morning! All grey and rainy.. Makes you want to cuddle up to little Dino. You will see Dino if you take a peep at my Instagram 🙂

Its coming to the end of the year. Another 12 more days and we are done with 2014. Time flies..

Here are some outtakes from the photo shoot I did with Wine & Dine Magazine (Singapore) for the November issue titled ‘Think Out of the Box: The Japanese Way’. Food photography has always been exciting for me. Sometimes its hard to contain the excitement and I just feel really happy touching the food and adjusting the potatoes or carrots to stand a certain way. There is much to be said about food photography I suppose. But I think I ‘say’ it best with my camera. Usually there’s hardly enough time for me to take behind-the-scenes pictures because we will style the food and shoot. Then style the next food and shoot. Its almost like clockwork. But with much love in it ^^

A little about the ladies featured here. They started a company that organises cooking events with chefs from around the world. Through their food and cooking events, they want to raise awareness on how precious food is and its origins. If you would like to know more about them, visit them at www.spoonful.sg

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From left to right: Sachiko Arao, Yasuko Aoki & Mako Smith

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