It's making my mouth water Paulo! What have you got with the crepe? It looks like a savoury one. With my sweet tooth I prefer a dessert crepe with perhaps honey and lemon juice.
Very dramatic lighting!
el_vato (2016/02/14 19:59:56): well I had lemon juice to go along with the crêpe :-)
This was a mix of a thing we call Farinheira, with onions, and a whole of things, that in the end taste very nicely. This is little restaurant that only works with crêpes and burgers, but makes them in a whole new way, very tasty but with a very refined taste which make them stand out of the "crowd". I think they have 8 or more kinds of Crêpes and Burgers, and for dessert if you wish you can have a dessert crêpe with a ball of "glace" and chocolat topping....
Looking delicious :-) It has a Tex Mex something in it, something we get in Mexican restaurants but there is also this French crêpe side too. When I ate Mexian for the first time I was surprised that it also had crêpe. The light is attractive, Paulo, I like it a lot, kind of somber but in a positive way, the foods stream out their own "colors". Looking at cooking books sometimes it looks all so easy but boy it ain't. It's a whole different corner of photography. They also have stylists of course. You did an excellent job, well done.
Food pictures like this are much too seldom here on PF - and especially such mouthwatering ones! ;-) I like the effect of the a bit blurred background here. In combinating with the slight backlight It makes the delicious wrap nearly pop out of the photo. Yummy!
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The lighting makes this little crepe seem almost sinister :). I hadn't thought of a still life meal, which is strange actually as I have many photos of food dishes.
Interesting composition and a fine example to the theme.
I have not seen this shot yet. It was waiting all the time to be seen and in the meantime the action already took care of it. What a pity! The display and the light are very good, I just wonder if a smaller aperture would have given a better throughout sharpness to the image. OK, I see that you were already at the limit of your possibilities with the ISO at 1,000 :-)