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  • V.I.P is a 1997 Indian Tamil language film starring Prabhu Deva Sundaram, Abbas, Simran Bagga, Rambha and Manivannan. Ranjit Barot composed the music.This film was an average grosser at the box office but gave a life to Simran and Abbas.

  • Vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (or peptide), a substance that acts as a neurotransmitter, esp. in the brain and gastrointestinal tract

  • Very Important Party (VIP) was an annual demo party held from 1999 to 2002 in Saint-Priest, near Lyon (France). It was organized by PoPsY TeAm, a French demogroup from Lyon area.

  • very important person: an important or influential (and often overbearing) person











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Keys to the VIP - Season 1


Keys to the VIP - Season 1



3 DVD set for Season 1 of Keys to the VIP (professional league for players) is an award winning reality televion, comedy show. The game involves two self proclaimed players competing against each other to pick up women in a real bar. The two contestants go against each other in rounds to complete different objectives all related to seducing women. Hidden cameras record all the action that occurs, with four expert pick up artists judging to decide which of the two contestants did better picking up women during a round. The winner is the contestant that wins at least two out of three rounds, and goes on to win a party in private VIP room with a select group of friends. Winner of the 2010 Factual Entertainment Awards. 13 Episodes - Total run time approx. 286 minutes.
This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.










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06-02-2008 - 220038 IMG 9165




06-02-2008 - 220038 IMG 9165





A few weeks ago I noticed that a new vegetarian restaurant had opened in the future mall (???) on zhong shan lu (???), and I quickly fell in love with their food. A few days after my first meal there, my friend Leo told me that his friend's sister owned the restaurant and he would work on getting me a VIP card. After a few calls, they asked if I would considering helping them take photos for their new menu. I was hesitant at first as I had never taken food photos before, but ultimately decided to give it a try. I have been taking so few photos lately that I needed to get out and play, and I always love learning new methods / styles. Best of all, we got to eat what we shot after we finished. I guess I can now officially wear the "Will photograph for food" shirt.

Setup Info:
I wasn't really sure how to shoot food, and everything I had read on the net was adamant about not using flash, but being the flash junkie that I am, I decided to bust out the studio strobes anyway. I setup an 800w/s strobe behind the plate and up high, and two 500w/s strobes on each side in front of the plate and VERY close to it. I figured that this would give me the softest light possible. I was worried that hard light would make it more difficult to produce an appealing result, and thus opted for large soft boxes close in to give me a nice soft image. I quickly noticed, however, that my strobes were putting out far too much light for the lower apertures I wanted to work at, and I didn't really have any diffusion material with me that would knock the power level down. Even at the lowest setting, it was still just way too much light. For most of the photos, I actually shot with the front two strobes off, and treated the soft boxes as a complex white reflectors for the rear strobe. This worked pretty well in hindsight, although I still would like to try this again with my smaller speed lights and see what kinds of results I could get. This would allow me to better blend with the ambient, and possibly include some of the restaurant in the photos.

Lastly, my lens choice wasn't great. I only brought my 24-105 and 70-200, neither of which was able to focus at close distances. This prevented me from getting some of the detail shots I wanted. Next time, a macro lens would be a better choice.

Equipment
Canon EOS 5D Digital
Canon 24-105 F/4.0 L IS USM
Cheap Chinese studio strobes and softboxes
Pocket Wizard Plus II
All images shot in RAW
Used Adobe Lightroom to convert RAW to JPG

I would love some suggestions, as there are still a TON more items the restaurant wants me to shoot. Please leave comments with feedback / criticism....thanks

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I don't like this photo for a number of reasons. First off, I just find the subject to be boring and ordinary. Second, I think the white vegetables blend in too much with the plate. Not sure what I would do next time....except maybe change the plate / subject :)











06-02-2008 - 225519 IMG 9319




06-02-2008 - 225519 IMG 9319





A few weeks ago I noticed that a new vegetarian restaurant had opened in the future mall (???) on zhong shan lu (???), and I quickly fell in love with their food. A few days after my first meal there, my friend Leo told me that his friend's sister owned the restaurant and he would work on getting me a VIP card. After a few calls, they asked if I would considering helping them take photos for their new menu. I was hesitant at first as I had never taken food photos before, but ultimately decided to give it a try. I have been taking so few photos lately that I needed to get out and play, and I always love learning new methods / styles. Best of all, we got to eat what we shot after we finished. I guess I can now officially wear the "Will photograph for food" shirt.

Setup Info:
I wasn't really sure how to shoot food, and everything I had read on the net was adamant about not using flash, but being the flash junkie that I am, I decided to bust out the studio strobes anyway. I setup an 800w/s strobe behind the plate and up high, and two 500w/s strobes on each side in front of the plate and VERY close to it. I figured that this would give me the softest light possible. I was worried that hard light would make it more difficult to produce an appealing result, and thus opted for large soft boxes close in to give me a nice soft image. I quickly noticed, however, that my strobes were putting out far too much light for the lower apertures I wanted to work at, and I didn't really have any diffusion material with me that would knock the power level down. Even at the lowest setting, it was still just way too much light. For most of the photos, I actually shot with the front two strobes off, and treated the soft boxes as a complex white reflectors for the rear strobe. This worked pretty well in hindsight, although I still would like to try this again with my smaller speed lights and see what kinds of results I could get. This would allow me to better blend with the ambient, and possibly include some of the restaurant in the photos.

Lastly, my lens choice wasn't great. I only brought my 24-105 and 70-200, neither of which was able to focus at close distances. This prevented me from getting some of the detail shots I wanted. Next time, a macro lens would be a better choice.

Equipment
Canon EOS 5D Digital
Canon 24-105 F/4.0 L IS USM
Cheap Chinese studio strobes and softboxes
Pocket Wizard Plus II
All images shot in RAW
Used Adobe Lightroom to convert RAW to JPG

I would love some suggestions, as there are still a TON more items the restaurant wants me to shoot. Please leave comments with feedback / criticism....thanks

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I like this photo a lot, but don't think it captured the dish really well. The design of this dish was actually really amazing. It was all made from a single cucumber that was intricately cut into this shape. Cool dish









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Keys to the VIP - Season 2






3 DVD set of Season 2 of the hit TV series - Keys to the VIP (professional league for players) is an award winning reality televion, comedy show. The game involves two self proclaimed players competing against each other to pick up women in a real bar. The two contestants go against each other in rounds to complete different objectives all related to seducing women. Hidden cameras record all the action that occurs, with four expert pick up artists judging to decide which of the two contestants did better picking up women during a round. The winner is the contestant that wins at least two out of three rounds, and goes on to win a party in private VIP room with a select group of friends. Winner of the 2010 Factual Entertainment Awards.

All 13 episodes from Season 2, approximately 286 minutes.
This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.










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