Agar-agar Mosaic. Three flavours of agar-agar: coconut sugar, butterfly pea tea, butterfly pea tea latte with coconut milk. The agar-agar were thinly sliced then arranged in mosaic pattern. It is then garnished with gum paste flowers, mint leaves and coconut milk foam.
It is a long time that I want to make this picture with my typical and favourite Italian bread with mortadella and Pesto. During the summer in Italy a "micchetta con mortadella" and a beer is a must! I Use only a pocket soft light in the right and that's it!
The first thing to do before a photo shoot is to take and touch the product at 360 °. Identify what is its strength and its great potential, small characteristics that give it value.
And on the basis of this, looking at the bronze-drawn pasta dei Paccheri I immediately identified its strengths: the typical roughness of the drawing, the shape that is not always the same, its golden color. These are characteristics I wanted to work on to convey and communicate the product.
Photographing porridge is always a challenge, creating a warm feeling and keeping a lovely shine on the creamy oats by using a soft box to simulate early morning light and create soft shadows to add texture to the porridge. The shadows are kept soft by using a second soft box to soften the shadows and to add a glimmer of light to the lemon and banana.
Thank you @foodelia to award my submission.
Also congratulations to Irina @sitnikoffphotography for winning an award with a stunning hard light photograph. Irina is one of my students and the image a result from an assignment during her food photography course. It gives me an enormous pleasure to see my students win awards!
La apariencia de un producto tiene un fuerte impacto en la percepción que el público tiene de una marca, todo esto es gracias a que podemos capturar su belleza por medio de una composición creativa y el cuidado del detalle y esta es la razón por la que algunas imágenes se establecen con más claridad en la memoria de los consumidores que otras.
Overhead view of a vegan quiche pm a wood surface with fresh oregano from our garden. This dish was made with mung bean mixture, onion, garlic, mushrooms, kale, green chile, vegan cheese, seasonings, nutritional yeast, and a homemade buttery vegan crust.
New photography for Blue Star Donuts! Had the joy of shooting 10 of their delicious donuts for their e-commerce site.
The goal: elevate the ingredients and show the flavor in a fun and elegant way.
Pictured here is the Raspberry Rosemary Old Fashioned donut. Check my website for the rest of the images in this collection.
I love coffee and cake for breakfast. Something that reminds me of my childhood when my grandmother always had some fresh pastries from the local patisserie and a milky coffee to go with it. A slice of cake and a coffee to me is the perfect way to start off the day.
New York Sour
With its trendy gradient coloring and clever combination of red wine and rye whiskey, you’d be forgiven for thinking the New York Sour is some newfangled hipster creation.
In truth, the recipe dates as far back as 1856 – cocktail historian David Wondrich notes its earliest incarnation on the handwritten drink menu from a Toronto saloon in that year.
Brightness, warm colors and the dedicated surprise message on each Lipton tea bag were my starting point for creating this image. Then the work with glass objects - as refined (and delicate) as it can be - and the use of studio lights with colored gels completed the desired atmosphere.
This shot was an afterthought of a recipe development shoot for my local speciality mushroom grower. The final shot was a flatly showcasing the product with the recipe for the mushroom cashew tart.
The brief was they wanted rich colours without being dark as so many mushroom shots are. The backdrop I custom made with rough sawn pine, layered first with a matte grey, then arctic white, finally with sage. The whole surface was then scuffed with a wire brush to reveal the various layers.
Excellence Gourmetfestival: A river cruise from Basel to Strasbourg and a nice 4 hands gala dinner with Stefan Heilemann and Christian Kuchler: Balik Lachs with Kaviar. This dish was created by 2 Michelin Stars chef Stefan Heilemann from Zürich. Excellent work.
This photo was made for a famous brand of hazelnut cream.
It has three light sources, and it was challenging to control the shadows and reflections, specially considering that there were three people around the scene.
The delicacies in the basket are a traditional brazilian food, called cheese bread.