This sophisticated piece of heaven will take you back to your childhood reminiscences of your mom’s traditional loved flavors. This gourmet Labneh sandwich is made with delicious multi-grain bread and layers of a unique sharp salty flavor of Labneh topped with toasted sesame seeds and a generous drizzle of extra virgin olive oil.
Tiramisu, the taste of Italy and one of my favorite desserts. For several years, apart from the passion I have for photography and especially for culinary photography, I have a passion for gastronomy. I love to create recipes, plates, and then import them into images. I think that the success of gastronomy and a good Chef is the creativity to create taste, texture, colors, plating, and then the image in which to unite all the elements. I love to give all these elements to all who are ready to receive my gift because from gift to gift it becomes heaven.
Thank you for my assistant photographer @valdrawfim and to God that I can see the beauty of the world!
Thank you @foodelia because you are the messengers of our gifts. I'm happy to be here.
This is one of my first attempts at creating something easy by myself. Was never good at cooking and I am genuinely jealous of all the photographers who are amazing cooks. It's a great skill to have. So having made up my mind to learn how to cook, I went back to the drawing board and decided to start from the basics - a no-bake, no-cook, no-fry option and this is the result. Super proud, as it looked good and tasted great as well. Made with the cheapest ingredients I could find in my local supermarket :)
I was going for a monochromatic palette with lots of texture with this vegan chocolate fig cake. I made the fig jam from dried Mission figs and used it for the cake layers. The vegan chocolate buttercream has fig in it as well. I used this angle to show the details on top of the cake as well as the icing on the side.
The Table is a meeting, friendship, jokes ..., but the table is first of all new flavors and smells and conversations. There are such a lot of places and tables in my Olsztyn - one of them is "Drewno i Ogień" / "Wood & Fire". I had to try to capture these four friends from a "bird's eye view" with a big camera to shoot a nice photo, and from then on it's one of my favorites flat lay shots.
My style is always a little bit "sober", not too many accessories, etc. When i received this bottle i wanted to create a 'moody' scene with just a few elements to style it, so the light has to do "the trick". My light is never the same, sometimes i use daylight, sometimes flash or sometimes even a torch if needed. I adapt the light to the scenery i want to create.
I really love this one and i am very happy i did win an award with it.
There is nothing more impressive than movement in photography it gives us a universe of details in something that is so instantaneous that it almost does not exist and although it is a very technical type of photography the artistic scope can be enormous and refreshing too!