Photography is painting with light to give the viewer the illusion of reality

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Food photography – anything from recipes to web display to menus and menu boards

Glenn Tebble Homewares

Glenn Tebble designs some of the most beautiful and organic tableware and has it manufactured in Australia. It’s stunning to look at, practical to use and tough enough to withstand restaurant service. Find out more by going to his site: http://www.gthomewares.com.au

We were lucky enough to style and photograph the entire 2015 range and we worked together with Chef Paul Stafford from Spice Island. Find out more by going to his site: http://www.spiceisland.com.au

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Food Photography

Food Photography is both an art and a technical challenge. You will shoot more appetising images if you like to eat and are a good cook yourself. Stylists bring a particular look to the images, but all the images posted here were shot without a stylist, being used mainly on menu boards, take away menus, web sites and brochures. I was involved with the location photography in the Sardinian Cookbook and shot some of the chefs for the Sydney Seafood School Cookbook. These shots were done for Momofuku Seiōbo Sydney, Pilu at Freshwater, Chinta Ria Temple of Love, Chinta Ria In The Mood For Love and Sydney Seafood School.