I feel like underneath the world of food photography is a small niche or specialization for restaurant photography. When I’m shooting, it is during service, and in a fine dining restaurant, so my footprint as a photographer has to be minimal. For this, I use ICE light made by Wescott which allows me the most minimal photographic footprint possible four sets like this.
A raspberry cake, a creation by pastry chef Cyril Huet.
My interpretation :
"This cake is a missed date, it is this time that we no longer take, it's greed and its excesses.
This cake is also sweetness, moments of sharing, family and friends that we miss".
(Natural Light used for this session).
Biscuits and cheese, served floating on a bed of flowers. This was shot for a restaurant in Sandton, Johannesburg, South Africa. Shot with flash I really tried to copy the natural light that would appear in the restaurant during its lunch service. We had to shoot this in studio because of some restrictions.
Cured Chalk Stream Trout, Ponzu Roe, Seaweed, Yogurt, Dill Oil and Purple Radish, dish by Michelin Star chef Michael Wignall, of The Angel at Hetton. The balance of this dish is amazing, and not only developed in the kitchen, but also on an artists pad, well it is a work of art on a plate!!
A true friend reaches for your hand...
...and puts a glass of gin it.
Thank you #foodelia team for this chance. It's an honor to be here.
Thank you @thepr1mebeachclub restaurant, Monte Gordo, Portugal for location and materials. Thank you for my assistant photographer and bartender @diogopinteus.
Thank you God that I can see the beauty of the world!
Since I started in food photography, it became my dream to photograph something that would challenge my skills set. This is what I've found in photographing octopuses, thanks to their multiple shapes, colors and textures, I have faced, in my opinión, the biggest challenge.
My own Gluten free, lactose free and sugar free Recipe for home made Crepes " the favorite family breakfast" with homemade jam. I put my heart to style this scene, as I want to inspire people with food intolerances to cook at home, from scratch with natural ingredients. Because, follow a Gluten free diet doesn't mean we need to eat boring food with weird textures, we can still enjoy delicious food.
They are Irish Premier Oysters. High meat ratio and its sweet taste, crispy with a long aftertaste, typical from Irish oysters.
We prepare these with yuzu and lime juice, herbs and flowers. Dish by Chef @rybusolsztyn / photo session in @kwasnejablko
Canon 6D mark II ; CANON 100 Macro ; ISO 100 ; f 8.0 ; 1/160sec ; 2 two speedlights
Turkish Delight is a sweet memory. It fills all the senses. If you haven't tried it yet, it definitely should be on the list. Perfect to pair with a strong coffee.
The photo is a one-shot with a single flash as a light source and a bounce card. I've used a handful of tooth sticks and a clip holder to support the "flying" pieces. Edited in Photoshop for colour corrections and to remove the supporting elements.