Tag Archives: food photography
Carey Nershi’s photographs of food look more like paintings than digital images. I think it has to do with the careful, beautiful composition of her photographs, lit like a Dutch still life painting. Carey runs a lovely food blog called … Continue reading
Porcelain and wood pendant Fuse Lamps created by the Swedish creatives from Note Design Studio for Italian design brand ex.t. This amazing collection of vivid green, printed shirts by RICHARDS. Want. This bread looks amazing. A sweet relaxed wedding on the coast … Continue reading
This Christmas I bought Doug a few cookbooks…two from the famous Tartine Bakery in San Francisco (one focuses on bread making, the other on baked goods). I also got him the Whole Larder Love Cookbook, which features great design, beautiful … Continue reading
Grassdoe is the blog of photographer Jonathan Levitt and a real feast for the eyes. If you like dogs, food and beautiful landscapes, his blog is definitely the one for you.
I want to live in the photographs of Michael A. Muller. His blog is an endless collection of interesting locations, intriguing people, delicious food and quiet everyday moments. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Ditte Isager is a Danish photographer based in New York. Her aesthetic is distinctly Nordic, drawing influence from the lighting in the paintings of the Dutch masters. I was particularly drawn to these still-lives titled Winter Food that she did … Continue reading
Smitten Kitchen is a wonderful food blog run by Deb Perelman. The photography is excellent and all the recipes I have tried have worked beautifully. I suggest you go and have a look.
Beautiful food styling and recipes on Sunday Suppers website. These creamy honey pots (a.k.a honey fromage blanc) look delicious. I plan to make them as soon as possible.
Most of you probably know of Kate Miss. She is a New York-based graphic designer who runs a blog called For Me, For You. She also makes pretty necklaces and takes awesome photographs. I particularly like her photographs of the … Continue reading
Tomo Koh (a.k.a hokipoki on flickr) has a beautiful set of photographs of the various breakfasts she has eaten and made. Food photography is definitely a skill I want to master.