Food Photography with Corbis Contributor Lew Robertson

By Mike Spear

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 works feverishly to …read more

Via: Corbis blog


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