Skaiste Malevskiene

Skaiste

Malevskiene

Vilnius

🇱🇹 Lithuania

2021

39

Selected photos in 2021

TOP3 photographer in 2021

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Grand Master of Photography

1st place in Lithuania

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3 years

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@posing_forks

Food photographer/Food stylist from Lithuania.
My name is Skaiste, I am a foodie. I love everything about food. I love cooking, cookbooks, food photography, nicely set tables, gardening and summer BBQs. I love cooking at home for our friends and family, I love heart-warming stews in winter and improvising in my kitchen on a rainy day. It fills my heart with happiness and hopefully spreads arround to those who can be part of it.

Winning photos

This is a mini chocolate bundt cake and a sweet little candle and me making my 40th birthday wish. With the help of my husband and my elder son I was able to freeze the moment.

72nd Collection

When shooting this orange cake I had a disastrous day, my camera batteries died and any compositions I made didn’t please me enough. So I just let it rest till tomorrow in this lovely basket in my kitchen. And then the next day composition was born by itself.

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Mini chocolate bundt cakes. Same cakes but a bit different food styling versions. I love the contrasts and the similarities of this picture. It makes your eyes play.

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This is an episode from my series of photography on beverage texture. It can be so many beautiful yet totally different textures: frozen, creamy, silky, icy, smooth, bubbly, foamy, steamy and even on fire. I have decided to catch them all. So FIRE it is! Flaming ‘Spanish Coffee’.

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Now with blackberries and figs in season I use them everywhere, but my favorite thing though is to have them both with baked camembert cheese and a slice of sourdough bread.

71st Collection

Ginger-roasted plums with blackberries and dark rum. Autumn harvest at its best.
It’s one of those shots when the scene catches your gaze and wouldn’t let it go…

71st Collection

There are many different textures of beverages. It can be frozen, thick, pulpy, creamy, icy, smooth, silky, bubbly, foamy, steamy or on fire. In my photo series I have decided to catch them all. So here it is - the BUBBLY rose gin.

71st Collection

Chocolate mud cake with a little snow. Action shots are such a game changer, just by adding a little dusting to the scene you can totally change the energy and the mood of the picture.
I also chose a white & black theme for this picture. It is quite challenging to make B&W food pictures look appealing but I think this chocolate mud cake with airy little meringues looks just perfect in B&W.

71st Collection

Chocolate truffles with the crust of roasted coffee beans and cacao dust. Also the stoped moment of anticipation and temptation.

70th Collection

Beautiful textures of fresh honey and the honeycomb. The liquid gold of nature. I wanted to capture it in a luxurious way to reflect its beauty and grace.

70th Collection

This picture is about textures and shapes. Simple and yet beautiful loaf of bread and greens: peas, basil and mint. Simple is beautiful.

69th Collection

Part of the joy of a pavlova is having that satisfying ‘crunch’ together with smooth and soft layers of mascarpone cheese and sour pop of berries in your mounth but this pavlova tart is layered with levander infused mascarpone layers so it gives this unexpected depth of floral flavours in addition and creates an unforgettable combo.

69th Collection

Cherry Chocolate Clafoutis. There is something magic about cherries and chocolate together. Just wanted to capture this coalition of colors, textures, and tastes. I think this dessert very well catches it all.

68th Collection

Tomato tart. Sometimes when buying products in-store I not only see the products but also the recipes and the compositions immediately. This tart is exactly what happened when I saw all these beautiful colorful tomatoes on the shelf.

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Rose blossoms macaroons with chocolate basil ganache. These are my very first homemade macaroons. And it turned out it’s not so difficult at all and this rose and basil chocolate ganache flavor combo is amazing.

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Flourless chocolate hazelnut tart with apple blossoms. When I have started the food photography path I have learned so many rules about the composition which I had to incorporate in my photos: layering, triangles, implied action, etc., and at some point of time, I have noticed that I just make a composition intuitively that looks beautiful to me and somehow find all these rules in it retrospectively.

68th Collection

The very first blossoms in my garden this year were these little purple pansies. I had to make something special and beautiful with it. And here is the result - chocolate cake with whipped cream, blueberries and my beautiful pansies.

67th Collection

The Blueberry Dutch Baby. This picture is my story for the 5 days of storytelling challenge organized by amazing teachers and creators Eva Kosmas Flores and Beata Lubas. Adding a human element to the scene always makes a difference. A big thanks to my husband for his patience and support.

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Blueberry Dutch Baby. This is one of my favorite breakfast dishes and it is as beautiful as it is delicious. I am a bit crazy about food aesthetics. When looking for recipes and dishes to cook, I always look for the right balance in beauty, tastes and complicatedness of the process. I think this dish is a perfect example of a well-balanced, delicious, easy to make and beautiful meal.

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S’mores tart with toasted marshmallow meringue. I was really anxious before making this tart. It seemed a rather complicated procedure. But when you start it, it really isn’t. I am so happy I was able to capture a short smoky effect of the toasted meringue. It’s just a matter of a second before you burn it too much.

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