Category Archives: Place & Product

Commercial Photography


You can go over to this album to view all of the photos. Feel free to share/download/tag. Link to CCBA Dinner Album

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Poke’m~Vancouver street food

Combining the old with the new street hawkers Poke’m way- serving the simple oriental snack of BBQ meatballs with toppings that will stir your curiosity. YUM! Grand opening this weekend, at Robson & Hornby beginning Saturday September 4, 2010. and here come the kick ass moto: Forget sausages…. Go for the BALLS!!! I did this…

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Food photography under strobe light preset

I have a set of 3 presets for you. It’s color improvement on the green and red, and I purposely blown out the highlight a little bit to get that crisp fresh look. Download link are here: THE ZIP containing all 3 food under strobe preset.


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  • JeniMay 14, 2010 - 3:05 pm

    Vivian these are really cool! You do amazing culinary photography 🙂 Ever thought in specializing in it? I also think you could charge money for your presets 😉

  • AdministratorMay 14, 2010 - 3:12 pm

    Thanks Jeni!

    I recently got into food photography, must be all the cooking that I do. I don’t know if people will pay for lightroom presets, I know they charge it for web module and export module. I think I just want to get it out there and hope for photo editing jobs for other photographers.

  • medical assistantMay 14, 2010 - 6:59 pm

    nice post. thanks.

  • JeniMay 15, 2010 - 7:58 am

    I really think that you should take culinary photography seriously! Your work is amazing. There are so many restaurants in the Lower Mainland! A good portion of which have websites and probably more are trending towards a web presence. Menu’s are constantly updated requiring new images….and menu’s to be made. Lol can you tell I really want you to do this? You love food…you love photography! It’s perfect. If there is no market. You could make one. Do up some culinary photography business cards…make up a side site. Do “your food could look like this….or it could look fabulous like this…which do you think will bring customers in the door?” I think restaurants would jump all over it.

  • AdministratorMay 15, 2010 - 8:59 pm

    That’s an interesting thought, but I often feel like people in the restaurant business feel that it is not probable to close down one afternoon and have the chef prepare dishes from the menu just for photo-op. I need to think more about this business model. Currently I work with a media company who arrange everything for the clients, all I do is just photography.

  • CoakeagepayMay 16, 2010 - 4:18 am

    Just want to say what a great blog you got here!
    I’ve been around for quite a lot of time, but finally decided to show my appreciation of your work!

    Thumbs up, and keep it going!