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Feb 28

Mouthwatering Melbourne – A Taste of the Melbourne Food Scene

We recently spent 12 days in Melbourne, Australia, on a magazine assignment, getting a taste of the Melbourne food scene for a story we called ‘Mouthwatering Melbourne’. I took 4,712 images.

Because of the tight schedule, one of my goals was to shoot it all with natural light, no flash. With a lot of these shoots, we literally had an hour to shoot the restaurant, the food and the chef.

I decided to put the images together in a little video, just to give you an idea as to how we work, as well as get those taste-buds tantalized. All photos in this time-lapse video are straight from the camera. Watch it full-screen in HD with a glass of wine!

Mouthwatering Melbourne Mouthwatering Melbourne from Gran Tourismo on Vimeo.

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  1. Fiona

    Oh YES. You’ve made me both hungry and homesick :)

  2. Terence Carter

    Oops, sorry Fiona. No, actually that was the intention…
    It’s a great eating city, isn’t it?
    Cheers,
    T

  3. carolyn

    This is simply stunning! As a Melbournian, I am so proud!

    1. Terence Carter

      Cheers Carolyn,
      It was a tough assignment… ;)

      T

  4. Undine

    My fiance and i are going into melbourne next weekend for a romantic food and wine weekend get away. This is so perfect. Certainly gives me some ideas. I doubt i’ll manage every place, but there is certainly many that caught my eye.
    Thankyou for this awesome vid.
    Cheers

    1. Lara Dunston

      Thank you! Much appreciated. Are you going for the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival? http://www.melbournefoodandwine.com.au/ If so, enjoy! Let us know if you get to any of these restaurants and how you find them. And thanks for dropping by.

  5. Dan Sims

    Love the video … brilliant. Yes, we love Melbourne

    1. Terence Carter

      Thanks Dan. Can you get wines other than Pinot in Melbourne? ;)

      T

  6. Jeff Salt

    Hi Terence and Lara, great video. Next time you are in town come and say hello to us at Golden Fields, cheers Jeff

    1. Terence Carter

      Thanks Jeff,
      Saw the coverage of the restaurant, looks fantastic – just didn’t have time to fit it in.
      You’re on our list for next time ;)
      Cheers
      T

  7. Hai

    This is very cool.

    1. Lara Dunston

      Thanks, Hai! Much appreciated.

  8. JoAnna

    Wow! Looks delicious! I had no idea Melbourne was known for its food!

    1. Lara Dunston

      Hi Joanna – Melbourne (and Sydney too) easily has some of the world’s best eating. We’ve had more consistently great restaurant experiences here than any other city in the world. And at the top end, highly creative food based on the finest produce.

      We blame the Australian tourism bodies for the lack of awareness around the world of the country’s great culinary scenes. We’re trying to change that :)

      Thanks for RTing our little time-lapse on Twitter :)

  9. Angela

    The food does look delicious, is it because it actually is or because photos are great? ;) Loved how you organized the video!

    1. Lara Dunston

      Thanks, Angela! The food in Melbourne has been amazing – some of the most extraordinary food we’ve ever eaten in our lives – but, yes, Terence’s photography is pretty amazing too :)

  10. Lupe Mcconaughy

    I have been checking out some of your stories and i can state nice stuff. I will make sure to bookmark your blog.

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