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Sura Korean Cuisine – Vancouver

Korean Beef, Sura restaurant, Vancouver
By David Buzzard
Earlier this year I spent a couple of days shooting the menu for the Sura Korean BBQ restaurant in Vancouver. I was working with graphic designer Jung Shin, who’s working on a series of re-vamped menus for Vancouver’s Korean restaurants. The pictures here are from Sura, and were done after the restaurant closed over two nights. We worked from 10:00 at night to about 4:00 in the morning, to shoot over 60 different dishes.

Korean Chicken Soup, Sura Restaurant, Vancouver
Chicken soup, with a whole chicken in it.

Korean Chef, Sura Restaurant, Vancouver

Korean Chef, Sura Restaurant, Vancouver
Some action in the kitchen, which will be used for cut away images in the menu.

Tech Stuff
MacBook Pro Tethered to a camera
When doing this kind of work, it’s really important to tether the camera to a computer so that everyone, designer, chef, client, as well as the photographer, can see what’s going on.

Alien Bee Lights on location
Where’s the lighting set up for the food shots. It’s really not that different from shooting a portrait, the beauty dish is the key light, the softbox is the fill light, and the light with the home-made snoot is the kicker.

Camera: Nikon D700
Lens: Nikon AF-S 28-70mm f/2.8
Lighting: Alien Bee B1600 X 3



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Chinchero Trail Mountain Decent – Mountain Bike Peru


My buddy tim Steffanik is a legendary Whistler mountain biker, and has been spending his winters riding in Peru. The other day he came over to my place for dinner, bringing a battered looking goPro camera with him. Tim had found the goPro camera lying on the A-Line trail in the Whistler Bike Park that summer (I guess it had fallen of someone’s bike, and they never came back for it), and decided to record some footage of the trails.

The Incas build a network of foot trails through the mountains that are still in use today, and they are a magnet for hard core mountain bikers. It makes for a dizzying ride through the mountains.

Tim was over at my place for dinner the other night, and asked me if I could do something with the footage. I gave it a quick edit and burned it to a DVD disk. This clip caught my eye, I thought I’d share it.

David Buzzard


Chinchero Trail Mountain Decent – Mountain Bike Peru – Media Centre




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