Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Food Photography

This tropical strawberry sorbet, served in a fresh coconut and playfully decorated with lime slices and colorful edible flower leaves, is a prime example of a quick, easy, yet very appealing setup. Note how the black plate and white tablecloth provide the perfect color contrasts, making the red sorbet really leap out of the picture. The shallow depth-of-field draws the eye to the main attraction, the texture of the sorbet.

Thai Beef Salad

Lemon chicken crepe roulades, feta-filled phyllo pouches, and fried wontons stacked with ahi tuna, spicy sprouts, ginger, and sesame seeds.

classic Egg Grandwich–toasted, buttered Grandmother Bread, fried egg, and your favorite cheese (with or without peppered bacon, sliced ham, or a big sausage patty)–is the most requested breakfast on the farm

amateur food photography from my farmhouse kitchen swarming with cats? It’s a challenge, I tell you, a challenge!
The food we eat often doesn't look as good as the "stuff" that was photographed to sell it to us.

this Christopher Anderson photo of an egg, and a woman eating a steak, and I started to get very hungry.

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