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.

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FoodPhotography Friday #fpf

25 10 2013

..aka BACON!

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

Have a tasty weekend!

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Food Photography Friday #fpf

11 10 2013

We’re fortunate enough to live and work in Sonoma County, where the light and the soil provide us with some pretty great results. Just on the other side of the glass doors where we shoot is the studio garden. We were in the studio last weekend cleaning up from the previous week’s work and doing some reorganization of new props and I looked outside and saw that we had another batch of tomatoes, carrots and other things that were ready to be picked. The result is this. We love the character of the carrots and the richness of the tomatoes…. and we love sharing them with you.

Have a great tasting weekend!

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FoodPhotography Friday #fpf

20 09 2013

ZInfandel in Dry Creek Valley. Happy #fpf

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Food Photography Friday #fpf

23 08 2013

Happy #foodphotography Friday from Sonoma County, the heart of California Wine and Food Country!

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Food Photography Friday #fpf

19 07 2013

Fabulous FoodPorn Friday!

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Food Photography Friday #fpf

17 05 2013

Burrata @ Campo Fina

Healdsburg, CA

Burrata @ Campo Fina