It's summer in Hawaii, too! You might think it's always "Summer" in Hawaii. However, we do have seasons. From April to October, we have an ample amount of sunshine and see the colors burst in nature. It's a joyful time. I went to the farmer's market especially to get some inspiration to create a seasonal image for Foodelia Award. The cutest things I could find were these three. Miniature pineapple, local citrus, and delicious Mango. I wanted to re-create the feeling of the 60s-70s in this image by choosing this color palette.
Raw Honeycomb dripping with glossy yellow honey. Eating raw honey straight from the honeycomb has some amazing benefits. The nutrient value is maximized when it’s consumed raw and is the best way to enjoy its delicious sweetness and nutritional value.
This was originally meant to be a floating banana split, but it all became a bit too much, so I kept it to just some floating bananas, dripping with chocolate. Super delicious, if you ask me! For this shot, the camera was tilted, as was the backdrop, to really give it a fun mood.
This photo was taken for a local bakery shop. This is a durian paste mooncake. Is a new product launched for the Chinese Festive Season, Mid-Autumn Festival also known as Mooncake Festival? In Chinese culture, roundness symbolizes completeness and togetherness. A full moon symbolizes prosperity and reunion for the whole family. Round mooncakes complement the harvest moon in the night sky at the Mid-Autumn Festival. The mooncake is not just-food.
I think Lucifer would be happy to eat this smokin' brisket burger. This shot was inspired by those commercial bottle photography shots where the camera looks up at the subject. It really makes the product/food/subject look more powerful, don't you think?
This photo was taken as part of a cookbook production for Agramarkt Austria (AMA). The composition is the key to great food photography, and the position of each element in the scene should be carefully thought out. Edible Images! A great image is one that conveys mood and pulls the viewer into the scene. The mood is one of the most powerful ways to evoke emotion in a photo. Lighting is one of the most important ways to create a mood. Low-key lighting is characterized by large areas of darkness. Each style gives a different feeling.