Still you succeeded in giving it your special look of hard light with clear uncluttered lines and only a few colors. You see I am trying to unpick your secret from your photo's. I read an article of eric kim about critic on street photography (http://erickimphotography.com/blog/2012/07/how-to-give-a-constructive-critique-in-street-photography/#more-7855) and try to do it sometimes by bloggers by who I think are making real different photo,s then the rest.
Food photography is very hard. I have tried many times. I was going to do a little side blog about what 'real japanese people eat on a daily basis' (ie not sushi and tempura). I just could not get a decent image. The lighting is the difficult part, avoiding reflections or shadows, but keeping the colours all correct.I even tried to buid a make shift rostrum camera set up, so that I could open the shutter longer without needing any artificial light... just ambient lighting.Anyway... you've done very well here!
Thanks guys, take a look at some of Kirk Tuck's food shots:http://visualsciencelab.blogspot.com/2012/04/saturday-is-restaurant-day.htmlNicely done, nothing fancy but effective.s.c. - constructive criticism is welcome, and good luck discerning a style, I feel like I'm all over the map and lack any coherence :-)