There are many things that come together to create good food photography: your photography skills, good use of the light, some cooking knowledge. But one of the most important skill is one that is often overlooked: your food styling skills can make or break an image.
When I arrived in D.C.with my husband in 2012, I had no idea what I was going to do. The plan was for me to go back to “school” and for my husband to find a job that could sustain us both. But as I was trying to figure out what to go back to […]
2018 started off pretty low. I was barely making ends meet, and the little bit I was bringing combined with my husband’s salary was just enough to get us through the month, which is a little bit scary when you have a 18 month old to feed. We had decided a few months before that […]
Please note – some of these are affiliate links, which means I’ll make a small portion of the profit if you purchase something, at no extra cost to you! Thanks for supporting us! I have been taking pictures for most of my adult life. But honestly, for the longest time I was just taking average […]
Please note – some of these are affiliate links, which means I’ll make a small portion of the profit if you purchase something, at no extra cost to you! Thanks for supporting us! Food styling is a seemingly simple task that can be surprisingly difficult! Food has a life all on it’s own… I’m lucky […]
If you’re an Instagram addict like me, you’ve definitely noticed the abundance of amazing flat lays surfacing by some of your favorite bloggers, influencers and brands on the social networking app. A good flat lay is carefully constructed and pieced together with purpose, yet effortlessly tells a stylish story. So what are their secrets and […]
I truly believe that editing is as much a part of a photographer’s style as his styling and composition, and this is the reason why I never give out my raw files. What I didn’t know was that I was using about 40% of the Lightroom capabilities and that I was creating good work, instead of putting out great work.
Today, the world produces 300 million tons of new plastic very year. Less than 10% is recycled. Plastic bags, water bottles, to go containers, takeaway cups and straws are the main source of single use plastic and can be easily replaced by reusable products. Check out my favorite!
I’m writing this at 8:54pm. There is a cake cooling on the counter. It will be photographed in the morning, because I want a warm glow of natural sunlight in this particular picture, and I am already building the scene in my head. With food photography, I always try to brainstorm my shots, plan my […]
One of my favorite thing to do when I travel abroad, is to walk into a magazine stand and to check out the selection of food related magazines. Of course, when I happen to travel to France, it doesn’t stop here, and I end up buying half of the magazines in the cooking section… This […]