I love to represent products in the natural environment. The connection with nature is immediately felt when quality products are consumed. Now, technically, I have chosen for this image the use of analog colors to create a harmonious, natural, yet rich look and the use of artificial studio light.
Black sea bass is alleged to be the tastiest fish in the ocean. The flavor is fresh and light, receptive to almost any combination of flavors and techniques. In the pre-preparation I used parsley and lemon. Shot with a Nikon D-810 and a Profoto B-1 side lighting.
The upside down glass.
I made this image during the first confinement to experiment with liquids with my 12 year old son Tom.
He served as my assistant to realize the effects of movement of the liquid.
He is very proud because this picture has already received a French medal in photography and I am even more proud that he participated with me and that we received a second award for this picture. Thanks!
Yasss ???? I think I finally found my happy place in photography and that is drinks. There is definitely something about drink photography that comes very naturally to me. I love the action shots and the hours spent on these shots felt liked minutes ????
This was shot for a Restaurant in Cary. With just one light, I created this shot in action.
Fresh brown oyster mushrooms are uncommon to find. So when I saw these in the supermarket, it did not make me think twice before grabbing them. I truly admire their beauty; their juice, meaty flesh full of umami is a true delicacy.
I photographed the mushrooms first before cooking them. I put them in a deep bowl usually used to serve ramen, sprayed them with some water then garnished with some curry leaves. I also used artificial golden branches set close to the lens to create a blurry, curvaceous frame for the mushrooms.
My passion for food is not limited to capturing beautiful images but also cooking and sharing the recipe and benefits of the food we eat, this recipe is an anabolic pesto, which makes it amazing for sports lovers. the recipe is on my food blog
www. spiceupsoul.com and YouTube channel, because my purpose is to share how tasty and easy is to prepare healthy food at home.
Blackberry Bramble is a very passionate cocktail to bring you up. Its flame red is remarkable in combination with the ice-cold.
The photo is being a deep investigation into the light and the semi-transparent character of the ice-filled drink. It is created with a single light source, a small 7" standard reflector and a honeycomb.
I made this gorgeous Ukrainian cheese casserole (called “syrna zapikanka”) for a donation initiative. Didn’t have a certain plan how I’ll shoot this dish, but blue and yellow colors seemed just the right way. The last minutte I’ve noticed my doughter’s brooch with the flag of Ukraine. It’s one of my ways of showing support during this painful time.