Photography, Soup

Boletus mushrooms cream soup

It is mushroom season! On March- April they said that this summer is going to be very hot and no rain at all, instead it has been raining for 2 months almost nonstop. Rain combined with warm results in lots of mushrooms. People who forage for years say that they never saw so many mushrooms… Continue reading Boletus mushrooms cream soup

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Food photography tips, Photography

Same food – different props

As you will see in the photos, you can use different props for the same food. In my examples, I have a mushroom risotto and I use lots of props to make many different photos. This is the best exercise you can do to start learning about styling and props. Play around with everything you… Continue reading Same food – different props

Food photography tips, Photography

Styling the risotto

To get to be a good food stylist you need to be first a good cook. I am still working to be a good cook. Learning to style your food takes time, practice and lots of food. Paying attention to details is also an important asset for a food stylist. The more time you spend… Continue reading Styling the risotto

Food photography tips, Photography

Same settings – different photos

For me, setting up a table for food photography takes time. So, when the light is good, I am in an inspirational mood and I have time, I am taking more photos with the same settings. In the photos you will see I have a corner with lots of light coming from lots of windows.… Continue reading Same settings – different photos

Food photography tips, Photography, Useful

Types of food photography

There are three main types of food photography: Packaging, Advertising, and Editorial. 1. Packaging Packaging tends to be the most technical, tedious, and anal-retentive type of food photography. Product packaging shots need to show whatever the subject is in the best possible light. The food should be as clear and should have as much detail… Continue reading Types of food photography