Food Photographers you Should Know

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Anyone who has ever taken a picture of their food on a mobile device knows how challenging it can be to make it look good. Is the lighting just right? Should you change angles? Do the colors work well together?

Food photography is a field that requires an eye for the extraordinary, solid technique, innovation and wicked creativity. We respect professional food photographers who seem to always get it right. That’s why we thought it was only fair to share with you a few of our favorite food photographers.

 

Henry Hargreaves
This New Zealand-born but Brooklyn-based photograher is nothing short of a genius. He’s capturedfood celebrities eat back stage and has even lit fast food on fire. He revealed: ”I try to use food to tell a story. The habits and rituals that surround us are such great reflections of who we are.”

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Florent Tanet
This young photographer and fashion designer from Paris is very skilled at using minimalistic techniques to get his message across.  He’s most known for deconstructing fruit and vegetables in his photo project A colorful winter. He told us: ”My photos show that even if this is not acceptable, the kitchen is a playground for the cooker or the eater.”

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Bryan Durushia
This budding food photographer from Minnesota is only 18-years old but he’s already making a name for himself with his out-of-this-world photography. He publishes under the alias DreamingOfAutumn and is most known for his erie series of Pumpkin People.

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English EcoDesign Master student in PoliTo - Politecnico di Torino - Turin, Italy. In a double-degree agreement between PoliTo and the University of Minas Gerais, Brazil. In Brazil, took part in projects like "Design e integração competitiva do território - Estrada Real". This project is a government initiative in order to use the Design approach in order to bring value regarding specific aspects of the State of Minas Gerais in Brazil. The territory context is the Estrada Real. Also worked in the University of Minas Gerais' Research Center of Theory, Culture and Design in projects related to the use of Design in cultural aspects of the State of Minas Gerais aiming to enhance products related to the Food Sector. Portugês Graduando no curso Master em EcoDesign pelo Politécnico de Turim, Itália (Polito). Bolsista dentro do acordo de dupla titulação entre a Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais e o Politecnico di Torino com apoio da FAPEMIG. Atuou como bolsista do Projeto "Design e integração competitiva do território - Estrada Real", projeto do Centro Minas Design em parceria com o Polito. Ravi Bellardi também é atuante no desenvolvimento do projeto Estudo de Aspectos Culturais de Minas Gerais Visando à Valorização de Produtos Relacionados ao Setor Alimentício Através do Design com financiamento da FAPEMIG e apoio da UEMG. Ravi Bellardi desenvolve trabalhos tanto de caráter acadêmico, quanto de caráter de extensão com a orientação da Profa. Dra. Lia Krucken juntamente ao Centro de Teoria, Pesquisa & Cultura em Design da Escola de Design da Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais.

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