Photographer Emily Blincoe's love of simplicity is evident in her series "Arrangements," an ode to color, shape and impeccable prop styling

Photographer's Perfect 'Arrangements' Series Highlights Color and Simplicity

Photographer Emily Blincoe’s love of simplicity is evident in her series “Arrangements,” an ode to color, shape and impeccable prop styling.

"A very nice series of self-portraits entitled “Tutti Frutti” by 16-year old Spanish photographer Cristina Otero. Blending close-ups with fruits and wild make-up, the artist draws the viewers into an unconventional and colourful notion of beauty. With just a couple years of experience in photography, this prowess is the expression of true talent."

Just some fruits by cristina otero

This is a good example of food photography because it brings in another element of art, but still focuses on the food as the subject. The also use the food as inspiration for the make-up of the girls in the photos.

Honey Lime Quinoa Black Bean Salad w/ Avacado. Made this and it's delicious with lots of nutrients

Las Vegas Food Photographer: Cindy Larkin: Honey Lime Quinoa Black Bean Salad w/Avacado- remove olive oil and honey and it would be a great recipe :)

They have used bold shapes. They have used studio lights  I like how it's quite unique and different. I chose it because I thought it was interesting and it links to my own work because I took photographs of fruit and made them unusual for my final piece.

Pantone-Inspired Food Photos

I raised boys, so this looks like a watermelon seed spitting contest! (watermelon seed rain by sarah illenberger)

Stephanie Gonot‘s takes the classical still life and replaces fruit, flowers, and skulls with fanta, lunch meat, and ice cream. The results are clean and funny and a totally great time. Right now she is working on a bi-weekly column called “Food Mood” for the Italian magazine Red Milk where she takes fashion photographs as inspiration for her photographs of food. It also is a joy.

Stephanie Gonot‘s takes the classical still life and replaces fruit, flowers, and skulls with fanta, lunch meat, and ice cream. The results are clean and funny and a totally great time. Right now she is working on a bi-weekly column called “Food Mood” for


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