Platter Addict–food enthusiasts who won’t stop till we find the perfect platter.
Curating a platter is like bringing people together. You need to understand their individual flavours and textures in order to know whether they blend well naturally to create a meaningful experience ???? That’s why we dedicate our time to tasting and testing countless combinations, to bring you the perfect platter.
Studio photography with food stylist @janetmitchellstylist working on beer. Being creative with one @bowens light in a way it illuminates the food and highlights the beer in the glass. Ask me how ???
Photographed with Canon @canonaustralia
Loving the golden toned calamari which certainly was a treat to eat afterwards, along with the cool crips beer.
Perfectly planned the shoot on a Friday, so drinks allowed.
Me gusta componer mis fotos con formas y texturas con perfectas armonías desde lo natural, al momento de capturar una fotografía es importante que reflejen su esencia o su significado y más si el alimento lo tiene, por medio de mi lente busco darle todo ese valor: Según la antigua Grecia, los higos se consideraban un fruto sagrado y también símbolo de fertilidad y Amor.
One photo from the collection I created for Valentine's Day 2022. In the collection you can find powerful scenes that are meant to highlight that success to a good relationship is not about flowers and chocolate but clearly showing attention for each other on many different levels.
A fast shot of my dinner which indicates how much I long for the warm season and colors of it. I've chosen quite shallow depth of field for this flatlay to blur the flowers and give more depth to the scene and colder-toned backdrop as a balance for colorful salad and drinks.
Image created for the launch campaign for a new cake flavor for Noe Valley Bakery.
This Pink Lemonade cake inspired the bright yellow set with red and green accents, creating the color gradient in the background is all done in camera with gels. Hope you enjoy!
Historical account of a picture. In the last century, Absinthe was considered the liqueur of the damned poets, addicted to drugs and the intoxication of a psychotic ingredient contained in the Artemisia distillate. He called himself the "green fairy" because he was believed to cause hallucinations and for this he was banned from the trade. It was preferably consumed after 5 in the afternoon, until 7, in what began to be called "the green hour". To drink it, it was mixed with water and served by pouring it on a sugar cube placed on a perforated teaspoon placed on the mouth of the glass, then burning the cube. It is said that Vincent van Gogh's "Starry Night" was painted under the effect of absinthe and Oscar Wilde said "" After the first glass, you see things as you wish. After the second, you see things as they are not. Finally, you see things as they really are, which is the most horrible thing in the world. "
Delicious waffles with pomegranate seeds, berries, and maple syrup and a little bit of chocolate on the side the only decision left is whether to serve them with ice cream or yoghurt. The lines in the image leads the viewer around the frame taking in all the details, from the texture of the frozen berries to multiple forks indicating that this image is part of a larger scene, perhaps a table with more people and more waffles!