Summer Berries

1 1-2 cup self-raising flour (can go up to 2 cups even )
1 cup milk
1 egg
1 Tbs vanilla essence
1 cup vanilla yoghurt
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1 1-2 cup self-raising flour (can go up to 2 cups even )
1 cup milk
1 egg
1 Tbs vanilla essence
1 cup vanilla yoghurt
1-3 cup caster sugar

Mix everything above and consistency should be slightly runny (not too thick)

Berry Smoothie
1-2 cup blueberries
1-2 cup raspberries
1-2 cup strawberries
1 cup Orange Juice

Blend it all.

Happy cooking :D 

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Etna June 14, 2015
Nice shot
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onyanita June 26, 2015
excellent and so yummy too!
CLG_ June 28, 2016
Beautiful focus, colors, and background! Nicely done! Congrats!
JDLifeshots October 17, 2016
Great shot! Congrats.
nikarakhmanova June 02, 2017
adavies September 16, 2017
Yummmmmmm! Just beautiful...nicely done! And thanks for the recipe! If you haven't done so already, please consider joining my Just Desserts challenge:)
lyndenmaley May 06, 2018
Would you like to enter my challenge called - the food photo challenge?
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Behind The Lens

This photo was taken in my kitchen through a bit of trial-and-error. The first attemptwas taken against a white wall. The result looked a bit bland. I wanted to bring out more colour so it would blend with the bright berries. In the end, I decided to move the dish onto a lower bench with my sofa's fabric acting as the colorful background!
This photo was taken in the late morning on a summer's day. I absolutely adore summer! It's my favorite season. Even better are summer mornings when it isn't too hot but you have some lovely light pouring in through the windows to help add some natural light to the photo.
As discussed in the previous question, the lighting for the photo came from natural morning light coming in through the window. I think every photographer should utilize natural light whenever possible rather than use flash. Natural light makes the final product look soft, the edges illuminating almost, and in some cases can form bokeh which adds a certain dreaminess to the photo. If there's any tip I could give, it would be "go for natural lighting !!"
This photo was taken using my Canon EOS 60D with the 50 mm prime lens at 1/64 second, F/1.8 & 100 ISO. I really enjoy using the 50 mm prime lens because it is so versatile and so small and light to carry around. Of the three lenses I own (100mm macro & 18-55 kit lens), the 50mm has the largest Aperture. A large Aperture helps me to take photos with blurry / dreamy backgrounds but with a sharp focus on the object.
I guess the main inspiration for this photo was to capture the moment and to share food on various social media outlets. I wanted to be able to join the growing 'foodie' movement by being able to take a photo of food that I love to eat and cook.
The photo was edited afterwards using Adobe Photoshop. The main things done to it was adjust the brightness, levels and vibrancy. As I said earlier, I really wanted to take a photo that was bright, colorful and happy. So using some post-processing, I enhanced the colours to help achieve that feel.
In my camera bag
My camera bag will always contain the Canon EOS 60D without doubt. It's a great camera for both enthusiasts like myself and semi-professionals. Depending on what I am shooting, I will carry with me, either the 100m macro lens, the 18-55 mm kit lens, or the 50mm prime lens. The 100mm is perfect for macro shots as its name suggests. I love using it for water-droplet shots, small flowers and dandelions! You get amazing photos of dandelions, especially when there are water-drops on the seeds. The 100mm has taken me to amazing places. It's like seeing another world! I ike to use the 18-55mm when I am traveling or doing road trips. It is great for both landscape and mid-range shots. The only drawback I have with the 18-55mm is that sometimes the photos do not come out crisp and sharp. Lastly, I use the 50mm for still life photos of household objects and that most definitely includes food shots!
The essence to good food photography comes from good lighting. I can't emphasis enough how important natural lighting is. Even when I go out to cafes or restaurants, I would try my best to sit near a window just so I can get good lighting into my photo. Secondly, food styling is also super important. How you present the food, what elements or props you have around it, the type of plate you use, the background can be the make or break of a food photo. At a restaurant, when you don't have the luxury of choosing the elements to go into the photo, I always find playing around with what's on the table to be fun. Think about how you can incorporate the cutely, the salt and pepper shakers, the napkins (whatever is on the table) into the photo. The key is to keep a good balance and not over do it!

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