Sophie Loustau




馃嚝馃嚪 France

Also serving:

Toulouse (France)

With us

5 years

Studio Name

Les saveurs de Sophie

Food Photographer since 2012, I lived all my different experiences with love and generosity. The world of the culinary came to me with its true products, its know-how and its catering trade.
I work first and foremost with day light. My studio is as my own kitchen, a mixture of "home-made" and bought products. I photograph them as they are, gross, ready to have a rough time.
Feel free to contact me (french and english speaking)

Winning photos

A precious olive oil with delicate and inimitable taste, produced since 1865 by Vassilakis Estate, in the respect of tradition, in Crete. Photographed outdoors, in full sun, a game of reflection to give an impression of grandeur to this good product.

83rd Collection

"The fine bubbles". Sparkling drink from Perrier. An inspiration with cold colors to push the idea of refreshment.
Shooting in daylight.

81st Collection

A raspberry cake, a creation by pastry chef Cyril Huet.
My interpretation :
"This cake is a missed date, it is this time that we no longer take, it's greed and its excesses.
This cake is also sweetness, moments of sharing, family and friends that we miss".
(Natural Light used for this session).

65th Collection

This photo comes from a shooting carried out for a parisian restaurant that wants to highlight a product of their suppliers, to use it on social networks. The shooting took place outside. To be consumed in moderation.

56th Collection

"Beets me" : During confinement at home, cravings for culinary creation, cravings for renewal... So I dreamed in my kitchen of a dish based on beets, lentils, carrots and nuts. The dream came true and it was delicious. I use the day light ingredients for this photography.

55th Collection

Strawberries, grapes, blackberries, fruit skewers prepared by french Chef-Traiteur J茅r么me Roux, on a private birthday.
Day Light.

54th Collection

A Catalan inspiration from a french chef @LaurentAudiot. Cold white bean soup with shrimp and candied tomatoes. This photo was made for a publication in the book "A pleine dents".

53rd Collection

Baked apples with pomegranate seeds, honey, and thyme. A recipe that my mother prepared for us when we were children - A reproduced memory that I wanted to photograph that day - At home with daylight for a delicious moment of sharing.

52nd Collection

This is a personal work on a quiet Sunday breakfast with my son - Natural light on a jar of jam and an apple slipper - Big taste for a cozy moment.

49th Collection

One morning... The idea for a colored breakfast full of vitamins.
The mix of organic yogurt with fresh red fruits and nuts.
Colors are everywhere... On the table, the bowl and in the bowl.
Visual is as important as taste in food photography, don't you think?
I use daylight as usual

43rd Collection

I took this picture after a trip to Lisbon.
Those are local patisseries "Past茅is de Nata" from the Coffee Shop "Manteigaria".
Photo made outdoors with morning light.

42nd Collection

This is a personal work.
A friend鈥檚 garden vegetables and fruits.
Organic, good... a better way to appreciate the taste!
Photograph in the natural light.

40th Collection

This photo is a personal work showing fresh figs... from my garden.Use seasonal fruits is always a satisfaction. Photograph the raw product allows then to make live your own imagination... How would you love to eat them?

35th Collection

This vegetable plate was created by a french Chef, J茅r么me Roux, with whom I worked.
Classic, colored, bio... An interpretation of the simple salad for a fresh and cool appetizer...

20th Collection

This vegetable plate was created by a french Chef, J茅r么me Roux, with whom I worked.
Classic, colored, bio... An interpretation of the simple salad for a fresh and cool appetizer...

20th Collection

I made this photo for a french Chef, Laurent Audiot. We worked together on a book. Shortbread cookie in the buckwheat ans apples in Chouchen.

15th Collection

This photo is an order of a pastry cook to celebrate Christmas. His speciality is to present raspberry "back to front" on his tarts. I thought that a semi -close up was necessary without adding anything all around. Just focus on the raspberry.

2nd Collection

This photo is a part of a series called "The black tart" made for a French pastry cook. Taken on the top, it is a small wink humor to the Pacman. A greedy Pacman!

1st Collection