An Indonesian style afternoon tea for two. The snacks served are traditional Indonesian snacks, both sweet and savory. The snacks are served on a stacked wooden trays and garnished with orange jasmine leaves. Snacks offered here are Kue Dadar Gulung (pandan crepe roll), Kue Talam Hijau (steamed pandan and brown sugar pudding), Sosis Solo (fried egg roll), Kue Mangkok (steamed rice flour cupcake), and Risoles (fried breaded crepe roll).
The set is decorated with Batik shawl from Java, woven bamboo container from Lombok, decorative bamboo leaves and screen in Batik pattern.
I have the pleasure to style and shoot for award winning Preserves and Condiments Producer, Galloway Lodge. I chose muted colour for the surface, backdrop and fabrics for this product, which makes the beetroot chutney POP! It’s delicious by the way!
I believe one of the main aspects of storytelling in food photography is color and how one color interact with the other. I tent to pay attention to this aspect in my work. For me this image is soft, cozy, romantic and positive. It's about that moment you blow a candle, and make an intention for something beautiful to happen in your life.
Photography for Blue Star Donuts. Blueberry Bourbon Basil donut combines fresh sweet blueberries, fresh fragrant basil, and a good bourbon (added for a hint of caramel depth). The basil is a refreshing balance to this deliciously sweet and colorful concoction.
This image was taken during Fig season, I love the shape and texture of Figs, and wanted to highlight this delicious Fig and Pistachio Cake. Using layers of wood, linen and textured background with a branch of foliage leaning into the frame adding interest.
Mojitos are a classic, but just about any fresh soft fruit or berry can be added to turn a classic mojito into something extra special.
For this Blueberry Mojito, all you need is simple syrup, limes, fresh blueberries, mint, white rum, and some club soda to make this happy hour rum cocktail fizzy.
Pizza is definitely one of my favorite foods. This pizza includes blue cheese and radicchio atop an Alfredo sauce with a balsamic vinegar glaze. The color of the radicchio visually brings out the best of this pizza. Anyone care for a slice?
Shot with the Nikon D850 and 24-70 mm lens. Indirect lighting with a Profoto B-1 pointed into a 36 inch white parabolic umbrella.
Cette photo à été réalisée pour un concours culinaire. Le thème du concours est la street food et le cuisinier a décidé De mettre en avant la cuisine japonaise.
Je souhaitais mettre en avant la texture du burger par la lumière, un petit clin d’œil à l’arrière avec l’écriture en japonais du nom de son entreprise.
Le mouvement de la fumée nous donne l’impression que le burger est prêt à être dégusté.
This photo represents simplicity in a beauty. Lonely flower that stays pure even in the darkest times. Yin and yang in a alternative way.
The pictures was captured upside down to imitate a space without gravity, giving it a light feeling of levitation.
I also wanted to merge the food and inedible product to show that they can live together as a product/ food photo and be in a controversy.