In food photography, staying fresh is everything—sumptuously ripe fruits and vegetables, dazzling desserts straight from the oven, or concoctions from the cutting-edge of contemporary cuisine. So how does Corbis contributor Lew Robertson keep his subject matter from spoiling?
Not surprisingly, great food photography begins at the source. “There is a real beauty in the colors, textures, and variations found in the farmers’ markets,” Robertson says. “You can take a few ingredients and have fun with them creatively.”
After the shopping bags have been filled, the work of fashioning his compositions begins. A team of ingenious food stylists …read more
Via: Corbis blog