The Gentleman Gourmand

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HDR Food Imaging — The Beginnings

HDRI – High Dynamic Range Imaging is the wave of the future.  Here’s what it means: you take three different exposures of the same scene, then combine them into an image that looks more realistic than any one image a camera can capture.

This has some amazing potential for not just standard photography (portraits, landscapes etc), but really makes food look amazing.

I have started experimenting with it — let me know what you think!


Yum Nuea Salad at Dok Bua, Brookline

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Photos by Jake:


Thai Iced Coffee at Dok Bua, Brookline


Pad Ki Mow (Drunken Noodles) with Chicken


Tom Ka Gai Soup


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GGOR {Gentleman Gourmand Original Recipe}: “Real Ultimate Power Fusion Roll”


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  1. the difference is impressive! i need to look into this

  2. As soon as I start using this method for pictures that start off better than these (that I actually think about framing, background, focus etc), I think I might get even better results.
    I’m glad you like the pics — thanks for the comment!

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