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Colorful carrots arranged by color. Food photographer Brittany Wright knows likes to capture food properly — in rows sorted by size and color. Wright's Instagram account is filled with foods neatly & beautifully arranged in order.



i like the idea of cutting the fruit up and putting it together like this it is something i might do with unit 5 task 1





Banana & Vanilla Pops with Salted Dark Chocolate & Crushed Roasted Almonds | Gather & Feast



Good- the cones stand out against the darker background and the sprinkles across the ground make the photo seem real.



Back to Basics: Storing Fresh Herbs food photography, food styling



Blueberry Bagel French Toast with Cream Cheese Glaze





11 food styling tips for food photography



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Backlighting is one of those beautiful lighting techniques that is so easy to achieve, you’ll...



The photographer used deep dark colors to give an elegant and rich look to the photo. This effect makes the fruit look even juicier!



6 Steps To Become Great At Food Photography by award winning food photographer Skyler Burt



Avocados - Photo & Styling, Sneh Roy food photography, food styling, learn food photography





Really, really beautiful food photography. I really admire people that can make every day things look this amazing.



The Bojon Gourmet: 12 Things That Have Helped my Food Photography



Purple Kale, Aubergine and Blackberry Salad



Basic Food Photography with Any Camera - I think these tips could be applied to other product photography as well.





20 Eye-catching Interesting Fashion Food Styling & Photography - Lupsona



Photograph Herbs and spices selection by Natalia Klenova on 500px





Action overhead food photography. holiday-tabletop-apt-34-6



Sobre el trabajo duro y su recompensa…ah…y sobre el pan



Blood Orange Margaritas | edibleperspective.com



Meyer lemon gimlet...with thyme simple syrup...a refreshing cocktail you will love. | www.feastingathome.com





Fluffy vanilla bean waffles kissed with cinnamon and fresh nutmeg, topped with fresh berries and too much (does such a thing exist?) maple syrup! Anisa Sabet | The Macadames | Food Styling | Food Photography | Props | Moody | Food Blogger | Recipes



bagel time!



The Best Winter Hot Chocolate Recipe