alice has some pics up on her blog, too. They're pretty good (not that Wilfred's are bad, just. . . ) http://lingeredupon....n-required.html
Wow, really nice photos. I haven't even looked at mine yet, but I doubt they were as good.
You need to post them soon. Between you, alice, and jmoranmoya, we'll get to see a full perspective of great shots.
Wilfred, you should've gone with the Fuji exr200. Tiny and relatively great with low-light situations. The EXR function eats up the battery like crazy, though.
Here ya go.
New York Bite Club: No Kitchen Required
The photography was very difficult given the low light situation. I use a prime f1.4 50mm lens and I probably should have brought a lighting kit with me. But the photos came out okay.
I like how you picked up on the bluefish ceviche in the tostone cup.. That started out as me wanting to recreate something from Allswell. The potato latke with the cured artic char and horseradish sauce. So, at first I was going to do a cured bluefish over a plaintain latke with a little horseradish.. But, once I had the bluefish, I was going to make little tostone taco shapes and fill it with a smoked bluefish spread. I love smoked blue fish but, the weather was gross and I didn't feel like smoking fish in the rain. Then it went to tostone circles that were going to be stacked, with either ceviche or cured bluefish.
But in the end, I went bluefish ceviche with a horseradish sauce, in a tostone cup. We are going to be doing a wedding soon and wanted to time out how long making 60 cups would be. I see it with a shrimp salad, cured salmon, or even black beans and cheese, or something completely different like a stewed meat.. Later that night around, 2 am, we were putting the goat in the cups. that was awesome.
But yes, totally out of place but, tasty.
I really enjoyed reading your review!
Ason, I keep planets in orbit.