Christina Groth-biswas

Christina

Groth-biswas

Maidenhead

🇬🇧 The United Kingdom

Also serving:

London (The United Kingdom)

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Grand Member

16 awards left until the Master of Photography

1st place in The United Kingdom

With us

3 years

Studio Name

GroBis Ltd.

Berkshire-based food and still life photographer.

Winning photos

Levitation image of a stack of buttermilk pancakes with blood oranges and blueberries.

100th Collection

Campari soda, garnished with fresh rosemary.

I placed the main light behind the drink to bring out the intense red colour of the Campari and used a reflector pointing to the rosemary. The smoke in the back is real.

100th Collection

Levitation image of spinach pancakes topped with nut butter, berries and honey.

99th Collection

Portrait of a winter truffle.

98th Collection

Sugar crusted cranberries.

97th Collection

While I was preparing some spice mixes for a few Indian dishes that I wanted to make, I had the idea of taking a few close-ups of the spices to show their beauty. This picture is one of them, certainly from the looks, one of my favourite spices: star anise.

96th Collection

Toasted sourdough bread with cream cheese, figs and honey.

95th Collection

Black lumpfish caviar, monochrome black.

94th Collection

In my house, we traditionally eat crayfish at the time of summer solstice. I love the intense colour of the crayfish, together with the dill, which I wanted to bring out without overpowering the image with too much colour or other noise.
I used natural light for this image.

93rd Collection

Pista Kheer, an incredibly delicious Indian rice pudding with pistachios.

92nd Collection

I made a few cocktails for world cocktail day, one of which is this classic Garibaldi cocktail, featuring the perfect blend of Campari and freshly squeezed orange juice.

91st Collection

Gin and tonic, one of my favourite drinks, simply flavoured with a few juniper berries and fresh rosemary.

91st Collection

Squid ink linguine with hot chilli pesto.
A black subject on a black background is always a bit tricky to capture, hence I used artificial light which gives better control. I also added a strong contrasting colour which not only works on the picture but also added a lot of flavour to the final dish.

90th Collection

Portrait of an organic broccoli. This one was so fresh and perfect that I had to take its picture using only one artificial light source.

89th Collection

Escargot with herb butter, captured my way.

89th Collection

Pomegranate and gin mocktail. I wanted to show that non-alcoholic drinks can look as cool as the ‘real’ ones; and you barely taste the difference.
This was also a little experiment with colour rules, monochromatic and complementary in one shot.

88th Collection

Macro image of a pomegranate. I've always had a similar image in my mind, but believe it or not until recently I didn't know
how to properly peel a pomegranate. The picture was taken with only one artificial light source to create this dark and mystical atmosphere.

87th Collection

Grünkohl, or kale, is a very popular German winter warmer dish. It's usually a very rustic dish and often captured as such, but I wanted to show it differently to bring out its beautiful side.

87th Collection

Linzer cookies filled with a homemade apricot and vanilla jam. I like taking my food pictures my own way, without (m)any props. This applies to Christmas cookies as well. The black background brings out the bright orange of the jam and the icing sugar adds a bit wintery touch to it.

86th Collection

50 shades of black. I love blackberries, not only are they very healthy but they are also very photogenic.
This picture was an experiment as it is all black. I found it very interesting to show how the different textures, which are all black, came out in the picture.

85th Collection