food & drink photography
Trying to find good Asian food in Albuquerque, New Mexico is sometimes an exercise in futility. Sure there are sushi shops on every corner, but as one of those complicated types who can’t eat rice (long story), there isn’t much to choose from outside of chain restaurants. There are a few great places over in […]
One of the occupational hazards of shooting food photography professionally is being invited to eat the food… lots of it. So it goes without saying that when the wonderful people over at Sup (pronounced ’süp) called me up, I was excited about photographing organic, fresh, farm-to-table wholesome food. In the following photos, I chose to […]
Who doesn’t love a juicy and delicious cut of prime rib? Okay, to be fair, I am sure there are plenty. However, I have always been a meat and potatoes sort of woman and this is my idea of heaven. I had an opportunity to spend some quality alone time with this roast while bringing […]
Not too long ago, a little restaurant opened in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico called La Pasion Latin Fusion. It can only be described as a combination of many different “wow” flavor combinations. Some of the dishes have influences from Venezuela, some from Mexico, some from Brazil and some from even here in New Mexico. The […]
At a time when all photography related articles, “tips & tricks” pages and other experts advise professional photographers to work within a specialized “niche” and find “one thing” they like to shoot, I have a rather scattered sense of style and “what I love to shoot” moments at any given time. Now it’s time for […]
Tabletop food photography: Lighting – two flashes and white reflecting board.