Indonesian food, I'm in love... part 1

My working days...

Prepare to be hungry! One of the excitement of me being a food photographer is to spoil my own taste buds... After a few shots, the objects just goes directly into my belly, can't help it....

Indonesian food photography is always challenging for me, cause it's not the kind of food that you can design... for example french cuisine. The food is mostly mixed into one dish. So what I do is playing with backgrounds, using traditional dining sets and the ingredients of the food itself.

Be patient guys, cause a series of Indonesian food photos will come along...

Indonesian food photo works - part 1

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Blissful BallsGuramee Fish Indonesian Spring RollsThis is "Rendang"Fried Crispy Spicy TofuShellsSpicy water spinach in a hotplate
Blissful Balls
Blissful Balls
Guramee Fish
Guramee Fish
Indonesian Spring Rolls
Indonesian Spring Rolls
This is "Rendang"
This is "Rendang"
Fried Crispy Spicy Tofu
Fried Crispy Spicy Tofu
Shells
Shells
Spicy water spinach in a hotplate
Spicy water spinach in a hotplate

Credits

Jakarta Surabaya Photographer Chendra Cahyadi - Client: Marina Indonesian Food Restaurant
Location: Plasa Tunjungan - Surabaya, Indonesia.

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febriedethan 6 years ago from Indonesia

I'm hungry already....:)

Anyway, the rendang is more like empal gentong for me haha..I think it's to much stock on it.


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chendra 6 years ago from Sydney Author

hi... yeah I agree... i ate rendang before at Padang restaurant... it doesn't have that stock soup... but this one taste better, cause it's OZ Beef!!! :))

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