Ihre Food-Fotos sollen hungrig machen! Lernen Sie von der Food-Fotografin Corinna Gissemann, wie Sie Ihre Küchenkreationen so gekonnt in Szene setzen, dass Sie mit Ihren Bildern alle Sinne ansprechen. Alles, was Sie neben diesem Buch und Ihrer Kamera dafür brauchen, sind ein bisschen Zubehör, schöne Requisiten und gutes Licht. Am Anfang steht etwas fotografisches Grundlagenprogramm: Sie lernen, was Sie über Ihre Kamera und über die richtige Belichtung, Komposition und Ausleuchtung Ihres Motivs wissen müssen. Anschließend stellt Ihnen Corinna Gissemann Requisiten und Hilfsmittel vor und gibt Inspiration und Anleitung für das optimale Food-Styling. Wie Sie das Gelernte dann in der Praxis einsetzen, lernen Sie in fünf Food-Fotoprojekten, in denen die Autorin ein mehrgängiges Menü fotografisch in Szene setzt: Salat, Suppe, Hauptspeise, Dessert und Getränk. Dabei verrät sie Ihnen viele Tipps & Tricks - angefangen bei den richtigen Hilfsmitteln über den Eigenbau von Requisiten bis zur Entwicklung Ihres eigenen Stils. Am Ende steht die Bildbearbeitung in Lightroom - hier lernen Sie, wie Sie Ihre Food-Fotos verwalten, entwickeln und ihnen den letzten Schliff geben. Am Ende steht die Bildbearbeitung in Lightroom - hier lernen Sie, wie Sie Ihre Food-Fotos verwalten, entwickeln und ihnen den letzten Schliff geben.
A fun collection of Martin Parr´s food pictures, which documents the simple notion that ´we are what we eat´. Real Food celebrates all things food through the eyes of the renowned British photographer Martin Parr - a kaleidoscope of foods the world over, from hot dogs to sticky buns and langoustine to lemon meringue pie. Featuring photographs taken throughout Martin Parr´s prolific career to-date, Real Food will comprise the very best of Parr´s iconic imagery - a collection of close-up food shots, in typical garish colour, taken by Parr throughout his travels across the world. Introduced with an essay by Fergus Henderson, British chef and founder of the restaurant St John´s in London, which considers Parr´s photographs in the context of global cuisine, and Parr´s fascination with the social aspect of food that is at the heart of these photographs.
In the spirit of ´´Play with Your Food, Carl Warner´s Food Landscapes´´ is a colorful and fantastically imaginative collection of landscapes constructed entirely from fruits and vegetables, cheeses, breads, fish, meat, and grains.
A personally curated selection of Magnus Nilsson´s photographs from The Nordic Cookbook, also including previously unpublished images taken during his research. Given his first camera at the age of six, celebrated Swedish chef Magnus Nilsson has been taking photographs for over twenty-five years. As part of his research for The Nordic Cookbook, Magnus travelled extensively throughout the Nordic countries, not only collecting recipes but also photographing the landscape, food and people. Nordic: A Photographic Essay of Landscapes, Food and People accompanies a travelling exhibition of his work.
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We eat with our eyes. People love to stage and take photos of their food. Driven by Instagram and the advertising industry, bloggers, stylists, and photographers continually invent new ways of presenting food as both delectable and radical. Visual Feast presents work nonpareil from this growing scene. Sharing photos of food has become entrenched in our daily lives. Scintillating captures of coffee. Maps made from vegetables. The aesthetic aftermath of mealtime. These images can be readily found on social media, in magazine editorials, or transformed into infographics. Visual Feast reveals a world where food is a work of art and an edible eccentricity. It is a rich visual journey through nourishment, art form, and creative medium. Food photographers and stylists create innovative images that make mouths water, eyes widen, and nostrils inhale imagined scents. Quenching creative curiosities and satisfying even the keenest of artistic palettes, Visual Feast is a tome of inspiration for foodies, food bloggers, and discerning food stylists.
Presents, for the first time, 12 of the very best of the Medina Riads in all their sumptuous splendour. Peppered between the Riad pages are photographic essays on the various facets of Marrakech life including its sights, people, food and more.
As globalization alters our relationship to food, photographer Gregg Segal has embarked on a global project asking kids from around the world to take his ´´Daily Bread´´ challenge. Each child keeps a detailed journal of everything they eat in a week, and then Segal stages an elaborate portrait of them surrounded by the foods they consumed. The colorful and hyper-detailed results tell a unique story of multiculturalism and how we nourish ourselves at the dawn of the 21st century. From Los Angeles to Sao Paulo, Dakar to Hamburg, Dubai to Mumbai we come to understand that regardless of how small and interconnected the world seems to become each year, diverse pockets of traditional cultures still exist on each continent, eating largely the same way they have been for hundreds of years. It is this rich tapestry that Segal captures with care and appreciation, showcasing the page-after-page charm of Daily Bread. Contrasted with the packaged and processed foods consumed primarily in developed nations, questions about health and sustainability are raised and the book serves as a catalyst for consideration of our status quo. There´s an old adage, ´´The hand that stirs the pot rules the world.´´ Big Food is stirring the pot for children all over the world. Nonetheless, there are regions and communities where slow food will never be displaced by junk food, where home-cooked meals are the bedrock of family and culture, and where love and pride are expressed in the aromas of stews and curries.