Food Photography


Change Your Angle to Improve your Food Photography

By mahir | January 27, 2011

Fork-Level Perspective

Food Photography Tips: By Lindsay Hunt

If you’re dismayed with your pictures of food, you might rush out to the camera store for a better lens, or splurge on some props. But, there’s no need to break the piggy bank for a beauty shot of bacon and eggs. Read More


Focus is Everything

By mahir | January 13, 2011

Focus on the most important information, in this case: the clementine curd.

Lindsay Hunt’s Food Photography Tips: Tip #2: Focus is Everything

You’ve just made spaghetti and meatballs.  The sauce is vibrant, you’ve perfectly browned the meatballs and that homemade pasta, it’s magnificent.  You might have to rename yourself Giulietta because Julia is just not Italian enough for your pasta prowess. Read More


Lindsay Hunt: Food Photography

By mahir | January 10, 2011

Advice Number 1: Shoot In Natural Light

For any food-lover, a plate of food can be as inspiring as the newest BMW is to a car-lover.  The impulse strikes to take a picture, so a quick shot is taken with your blackberry or point-and-shoot camera.  Instead of doing injustice to the food’s original glory, impress your friends with a gorgeous image of the homemade pulled pork you worked for hours to prepare. Read More


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Whether it’s finding the best goat tacos in LA, spotting a well-worn vintage bag in Sweden, or interviewing the “crab man” selling seafood on a corner in Harlem, we tell stories seen from Chef Marcus Samuelsson‘s point of view. strives to create conversations about food, nutrition, culture, art, and design. We want to find Read More


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