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Amazing Photorealistic Food Paintings – Fubiz Media. Le 10 foto di cibo più belle del 2014. Could not load plugins: File not found La food photography è molto di moda, i blog di cucina, le riviste di settore e i workshop si moltiplicano e aumentano gli esperti del settore, ad esempio i food stylist.

Le 10 foto di cibo più belle del 2014

L’arte del fotografare il cibo richiede una buona attrezzatura, tecnica fotografica ed una naturale predisposizione nel maneggiare il cibo… al punto da far venire fame! Le colazioni monocromatiche di Fabienne Plangger - DARLIN Magazine. In collaborazione con David Reiner, Sebastian Hierner e Karin Stöckl, la designer tedesca Fabienne Plangger ha realizzato la serie « Monochrome Breakfast » per un progetto di studio.

Le colazioni monocromatiche di Fabienne Plangger - DARLIN Magazine

Riesci a indovinare i panini scomposti? Nella serie “how-to” lo studio statunitense Dschwen LLC gioca con gli ingredienti di alcuni tra i panini più celebri del mondo Pubblicato Carne, ketchup, pane, formaggio, maionese, cipolla...

Riesci a indovinare i panini scomposti?

Dschwen LLC Dimenticatevi le liste degli ingredienti stilate con grammi, litri e qb vari ed eventuali: per spiegare come si preparano alcuni tra i panini più celebri del mondo, il creativo David Schwen ha deciso di scomporli. Anche a livello visivo. Pop Photography for Snacks in Amsterdam. Commissionnés par ADAC Reisemagazin, les photographes hollandais Adrian Woods et Gidi van Maarseveen ont imaginé une série de photographies gourmandes baptisée « Snacks in Amsterdam ».

Pop Photography for Snacks in Amsterdam

Aux teintes acidulées et « pop », ils ont mis en lumière les différents « snacks » qu’il est possible de déguster lors d’un séjour à Amsterdam. Behance. 6 Professional Food Photographers Reveal Their Most Challenging Shots - The Shutterstock Blog. We’ve partnered with our friends at global photography site Feature Shoot to spotlight some of the most compelling images in our Offset collection.

6 Professional Food Photographers Reveal Their Most Challenging Shots - The Shutterstock Blog

This week, six food photographers share their tips for whetting the appetite. If Instagram has taught us anything, it’s this: first, that people love pictures of food, and second, that it’s very hard to make even the most delicious meal look appetizing in a photograph. We asked six masters of food photography to weigh in on which image in their Offset collection was the most difficult to shoot and how they overcame the challenge.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the most demanding food to photograph seems to be meat — which can easily tend toward the unappealing — and foods that are either steaming or frozen, requiring photographers to think on their feet within a limited period of time. It also seems like the most difficult shoots — those that demand ample doses of creativity and out-of-the-box thinking — are often the ones that turn out best. 6 Professional Food Photographers Reveal Their Most Challenging Shots - The Shutterstock Blog. Food photograpy e sfumature di colori per Brittany Wright. Sarà per l’Expo 2015, sarà per la fama che le sfumature hanno raggiunto negli ultimi tempi, che il profilo Instagram di Brittany Wright racchiude due temi top di oggi: food photograpy e sfumature di colore.

Food photograpy e sfumature di colori per Brittany Wright

E di sapore. Brittany Wright è una fotografa freelance e aspirante cuoca di Seattle (WA). Sul suo blog leggiamo che: “Sto lavorando a un obiettivo nella mia vita: imparare a cucinare tutto e niente. Mi diverte la scienza che sta dietro alla cucina e alla sperimentazione dei sapori. Il cibo dei romanzi. Monochromatic Food Photography. La photographe italienne Isabella Vacchi a réussi avec beaucoup de talent à composer des set designs monochromes d’aliments et accessoires de cuisine.

Monochromatic Food Photography

Un rendu très réussi, qui joue sur les tons argentés, noirs ou encore marrons avec talent. Photographer's Perfect 'Arrangements' Series Highlights Color and Simplicity. For photographer Emily Blincoe, there's beauty in precise organization.

Photographer's Perfect 'Arrangements' Series Highlights Color and Simplicity

Blincoe's love of simplicity is evident in her series "Arrangements," an ode to color, shape and impeccable prop styling. Blincoe has an eye for beautiful groupings, whether she's photographing a crate full of heirloom tomatoes or the cracked shells of farm-fresh eggs. Over the course of her career, the young photographer has arranged candies, knickknacks, leaves, flowers and more. "[It's] fun to take an idea and see how many different ways I can re-work the same idea," she told Mashable. See more of Blincoe's "Arrangements" on her website.

Show As Gallery Have something to add to this story? The Designer’s Cookbook: Color-Coordinated Foods Make for a Unique Dinnertime Experience. Credit: Tim Schober and Caro Mantke, Ms.

The Designer’s Cookbook: Color-Coordinated Foods Make for a Unique Dinnertime Experience

Mantober Apéritif – Kiwi Lime Punch, Appetizer – Chilled Avocado Soup, Hors d’oeuvre – Green Asparagus Salad, Drink – Green Grape Lemonade, Main Course – Chicken Breast with Olive Pesto and Zucchini (Courgette) Carpaccio, Dessert – Green Tea Ice Cream with Pistachio Cookies, Digestif – Wheatgrass Juice These gorgeous photos help you set a dinner table brimming with colorful cuisine thanks to the creatives behind The Designer’s Cookbook.

Soon to be published by Random House, Berlin-based authors Tatjana Reimann, Tim Schober and Caro Mantke are artists and amateur cooks with a vision. Vivid ingredients are arranged in graphic formations and appealing textures, accompanied by recipes for multiple color-coordinated feasts in 12 different hues. Cosa mangiano i soldati in guerra. This photographer's Instagram will soothe your love of organization. Food in Colorful Gradients.