We already knew that millennials like to show off their lifestyle and skills. Instagram has brought a new light for millennial food enthusiasts to enhance and share their food photography skills to the world. Like other photography styles, beginner food photographers need to know some technical stuff and trained eyes. Continue reading “5 Fun FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY Tips for Beginners by CaptainRuby”
Nowadays, we’ve been very lazy to go to coffee shop to capture some photos. That’s all because we thought that our photos will look the same somehow, so we tried to find other places such as dessert houses or gelato corner or something to chill. That day, we wanted to go to this place called Shophaus in Menteng but it was saddening because that place was packed up with hundreds of people and I just couldn’t wait more than 15 minutes. I don’t suggest you go there in the afternoon. You won’t find a place to sit.
I’ve planned to go to this place for two months already. Initially, I was going to go here with only my bff but along the way, there are two more good friends of mine that we invited along to savor the goodness of humble food. This place is called Waroeng Mama Ong. It was located at Simprug Gallery, South Jakarta. It was not the easiest place to find, but luckily, we managed to see the black signboard at the front of Simprug Gallery. The place was only at the right-hand side from the entrance to this gallery. Continue reading “Waroeng Mama Ong – Simprug Gallery, Blok M, South Jakarta”
Last Saturday, I didn’t have anywhere to go then I stumbled upon a restaurant in PIK that’s called Uncle Tjhin. From the name itself, I got the vintage vibe and in my mind, it’s a family restaurant and it will be boring. Along with my BFF, I went here that Saturday. The minute we got into the place, my opinions and thoughts were shattered. Continue reading “Uncle Tjhin Bistro – PIK, North Jakarta”
Do you guys know Pancoran? A place where you could find almost anything in lower price and it’s more like a place with lots of traditional shops but who knows that in Pancoran there is actually a place where you could have high tea with dim sum and you could take a ton of photos just because it’s so insta-worthy. The place called Pantjoran Tea House. I just knew this place when i saw the updates from the fellow bloggers there. So, me and my BFF decided that we need to go there and after we went to FIKA Public Eatery in Sunter, we went to this place with ex-colleague. Continue reading “Pantjoran Tea House – Glodok, Kota, Jakarta”
To be honest, although I have been living in Muara Karang, I don’t know that this new place exists, seriously. I just happened to pass in front of it after my meal in Pasar Muara Karang at lunch time. Seriously, they need to make the signage of the coffee shop bigger!! I mean who would see that small black signage in front of the dark grayish background. It’s only written “aya” with a tree as a logo. Personally, I was so in love with the design. Simple and artistic. Continue reading “Coffee Aya-Muara Karang, North Jakarta”
I always love Christmas decorations that can be seen everywhere in malls, eatery, or even coffee shop. I wanted to capture the Christmas decorations but I don’t want it to be captured in a mall, but in a coffee shop. After some time researching on my friends’ Instagram stories. I found there was this new coffee shop in Kelapa Gading that looked so spacious and the most important thing, the decorations are amazingly dense. What a delightful news for me. The name is Portafilter. I bet you guys all have heard or seen it, but I’ve just got the chance to visit it this Christmas. Continue reading “Portafilter Artisan Coffee – Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta”