#foodphotography friday — #fpf

28 02 2014

We’re happy to see rain in Sonoma County, not only for the grapes and other crops, but also, the allure of rainy day comfort food!

Happy #FPF

20140228 saucy meatballs

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FoodPhotography Friday #fpf

17 01 2014

We’ve heard questions on whether B&W should be used for food. 

Well, No!  …and Yes!

Food, itself, we believe is too rich and expressive to use B&W. Food’s inherent beauty comes from the color, the hues, the tone that the earth has given it or from the colors that the process of cooking has imparted upon it. We find all of these too descriptive and emotive to omit from an image. On the other hand, food LIFESTYLE is a great place to use B&W. When the story is not the food, but the life, we like to use the absence of color to direct the viewer to the tonal and textural elements that lend cues to the story of the image.

20140117 fpf diavola counter b+w





Food Photography Friday #fpf

10 01 2014

Happy New Year!

Here’s the first #fpf of 2014. We hope that your resolutions don’t exclude cheese!

Cheers!

20140110 fpf cheese studio 2





Food Photography Friday #fpf

15 11 2013

Fresh, made to order Mozzarella. Crusty bread from the wood fired oven.

fpf 111513 fresh mozzarella with olive oil and crusty bread





FoodPhotography Friday #fpf

1 11 2013

Ginger & lemongrass along with a great cleaver from Hong Kong we found in a recent prop-shopping expedition.

No doubt we’ll be seeing more of this cleaver in future work!

fpf 110113 cleaver with asian veg v2





FoodPhotography Friday #fpf

25 10 2013

..aka BACON!

oh yeah, did we mention that it’s BACON?

Have a tasty weekend!

fpf 102513 diavola pork belly is bacon





FoodPhotography Friday #fpf

18 10 2013

Cheese. It’s a wonderful thing, especially when it’s from sheep’s milk.

Hollyhock & Cosmos from Garden Variety Cheese.

Have a weekend filled with wonderful tastes!

fpf 101113 cheese in studio