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Food Photography Friday: The Mexican Challenge

Mexican food can be challenging to photograph. These are my 5 tips for getting great shots of the tastiest food around :)

suggestionofmotion.com/blog/food-photography-mexican-challenge/

#food #photography  #tutorial  
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5 Days in Tokyo: Otsuka
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Dusk in Otsuka

It seems like the sun is always setting in Otsuka.

Tokyo, Japan

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Brought the car to the local mechanic today for some routine maintenance. It was such a great day outside so I left the stale coffee (and air-conditioning) of the waiting room behind and took a walk around town to snap some pics...

http://suggestionofmotion.com/blog/road-to-nowhere/
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Lunch Break

There really is no lunch break on mochi day per se. Rather, we eat when we can between bouts of mochi making, while the next batch of mochi rice is cooking.

That being said, no one goes hungry on mochi day. Aside from pieces of mochi that unfortunately have a defect of some kind, we also have a selection of the best foods for this kind of work– sushi, manapua, and other assorted dim sum. These bite-sized foods can be eaten and quickly set down when the next batch of mochi rice is ready to go.

Practical and delicious– a winning combination.

http://suggestionofmotion.com/blog/lunch-break/
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Mochi Platter

One of the best thing about making mochi is seeing the fruits of our labor. The finished pieces of mochi are lined up on a platter to cool off before being boxed up.

Sometimes, a mochi-shaped space appears in the middle of the platter of finished mochi. Everyone claims ignorance as to how this happens, but it is usually blamed on the Mochi Bandit (possibly one of many).

http://suggestionofmotion.com/blog/mochi-platter/
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