Food Photography

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“Emma Zilber is a food and product photographer for brands redefining the food industry and uses business as a force for good. Her goal is to create images that promote conscious thinking about the impact of food and inspire action for world-bettering brands.”

Theme: Peak

“Lenka had thought about opening a restaurant after receiving several marriage proposals from people tasting her culinary creations. Food is always on her mind and in her heart. If you know her, you've likely tried something she's made. That's how she shows her love and care. She knew she needed hands-on creativity in her life, not exploiting herself for others in a restaurant cooking the same stuff. Food photography lets Lenka live her passion for healthy food and sharing stories around a table.”

Theme: Peak

“Linda is a food blogger and photographer who blogs at Wild Greens and Sardines. She is inspired by trips to the Mediterranean and cooking with local, seasonal ingredients.”

Theme: Panorama

“Mary Devinat was born in Paris, France. She grew up in a family environment passionate about art and cooking. Mary is a commercial photographer and stylist specialized in food, beverage, restaurant, travel and product-based in Pennsylvania.”

Theme: Peak

“Sydney, soon to be Manchester-based photographer with a passion for creating interesting and engaging images. Through travelling and living overseas, capturing significant moments in his life drove Joseph O'Toole interest and passion for photography. The endless opportunities to meet new people, share ideas and collaborate with others is what he continues to enjoy most about this career.”

Theme: Peak

“With a love of photography from an early age, the subject was never the focus for Marc Haydon. It's always been about composition, light, colour, and shapes and to create something beautiful through the lens. Thats why throughout Marc's career he have drifted between different subjects, from landscapes to music and portraiture, to fashion and still life and then finally to food where he finally found my feet working with beautiful props and delicate food styling to create mouth-watering images. ”

Theme: Horizon

“Sara Ali is a NYC based food photographer and stylist that specializes in natural light food photography. When she's not creating food photography for her clients she is cooking up meal ideas over on the Dieteticaesthetic blog.”

Theme: Amazon

“Libby Bloom is a Colorado-based food photographer and dietitian who loves working with companies who focus on reducing waste, sustainability and nourishing the community. Libby is passionate about capturing the beauty of the imperfect, through simple composition and vibrant colors. When not making a mess in the kitchen, Libby can be found exploring the mountains of Colorado with her husband. ”

Theme: Amazon

“Jackie Alpers is an award winning editorial and advertising food photographer based in Tucson, Arizona. Clients include The Food Network, Refinery29, The Kitchn, Taste Cooking, Glamour & Edible. ”

Theme: Mica

“Neal is an editorial and commercial photographer based in Philadelphia, PA and is available for work. When not making photographs, he's tending to his glorified urban homestead, Farm 51, with his husband in Southwest Philadelphia, complete with four dogs, three cats, twenty-some-odd chickens and thousands upon thousands of bees. Or punching and kicking while doing Muay Thai training.”

Theme: Peak

Updated on August 9, 2019 | By Steph Davidson

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How to create a food photography portfolio website.

Attract clients with a food photography portfolio that highlights exactly who you are as a food photographer. Creating your own online food photography portfolio is easy and intuitive with a dedicated food photography portfolio website builder. Choose a website builder like Format that comes with client galleries, blogging, SEO, social media tools, and an online store so you have everything you need to display your work brilliantly and grow your business. We鈥檝e rounded up six simple tips to keep in mind when building your portfolio website.

  1. Sign up for a free trial with Format. No credit card required.
  2. Choose a food photography theme. Don鈥檛 worry鈥攊f you change your mind later, you can easily switch themes.
  3. Upload your food photography work. Create a gallery or custom page to display your work.
  4. Edit your site. Customize your site menu to include exactly what you want.
  5. Personalize your design. Make it yours and change options like the theme preset, fonts, and colors.
  6. Ready to go further? Set up your store, add SEO or social media integration, and more鈥攚henever you want.

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