11/06/2012

My Food Photos {Charleston Workshop}








Thanks for your comments yesterday on my photos! I'm still sort of on this high from learning all of these new things about something I enjoy. If you haven't taken some time out for yourself lately to do something you enjoy, you should if time permits. It feels fabulous...

 These are a few of the photos I took for our assignments. We had to shoot a lunch, brunch, antipasto platter and a dessert, all of which we got to eat after each shoot. We also had to style our own shoots, which for me was just as much fun as taking the photos. Helene had an entire sea of modern and vintage props for us to use, so styling was fun, yet challenging at the same time. Unless I go prop shopping in the near future, my personal shoots might not look nearly as fun. But I am going to work on it!

I will share some food photography tips with you in a future post, which will hopefully be a near future post. I just need a little more time to work on it. 

P.S. Isn't that the most perfect poached egg you have ever seen? Helene made it as well as that caramel sauce for the pie. Both were heavenly I tell ya...

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22 comments:

  1. Just found your lovely blog. I actually live in Charleston so loved seeing all your pictures. I have always wanted to learn how to better photograph food, your pictures are just amazing- you got talent girl! xoxo

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  2. gorgeous! i feel the same way, when you dig deeper into something you love, it just enhances the experience! :) beautiful work, especially the cheese photo!

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  3. Great job Tiffany!!! Can't wait to hear your tips. Gla dupintook some time out for yourself too. It's so important.

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  4. Gorgeous photos...and you styled SO well! I have to think that a good portion of food photography is about the props...and of course the lighting! So lovely!

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous! So glad you had the best time doing something you love. xo

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  6. Tiffany, the photos are amazing! You are a pro.

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  7. You are making my mouth water. Bravo!

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  8. Tiffany, these are goooorgeous! Great job! :)

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  9. Beautiful photos! I am drooling from all the deliciousness! :-)

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  10. I'm so inspired by these shots; not only are they beautiful, but the enjoyment that went into the image is palpable. you're really talented!

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  11. Clare and I had such a great time teaching you guys! I am so glad i got to meet you! Would love to keep in touch, either in Atlanta, B'Ham or Huntsville!

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  12. That poached egg looks like air! how is that possible!??! beautiful photos...the food looks delicious

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  13. That egg is so beautiful, I wouldn't want to disturb it!!!! Your photography is amazing!!! I have always been a big fan of yours and would love if we ever had the chance to go prop shopping together. How fun would that be!!!

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  14. Hi Tiffany! I am back..sooo happy. Its been too long and I so missed blogging, missed your beautiful eye candy and this post is a showstopper. Your pics are amazing....makes me hungry and jealous of your fabulous skills:)

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  15. My first thought was your photos turned out gorgeous, my second was that was the most perfectly poached egg I have ever seen! :) I want to know the tricks, for both the photos and the egg ;)

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  16. Love your grape and cheese platter pic. You always take good quality photographs which is what initially triggered me when viewing your blog. :-)

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  17. Wow, Tiffany your photos turned out gorgeous! I have been working on a little food photography lately too. Oh, what a dream to have all of the props you had to play with..so fun. I can't wait to read your tips.

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  18. I'm thrilled for you to have this opportunity to do what you love and visit Charleston. Your photos should be in books, magazines, everywhere - they are awesome. I'll be interested to hear your tips for styling and how you decide on props, and wondering if there are parallels to interior styling which I'm assuming there are but at the same time the food is the star. Great great work!

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  19. I can't get over how good you are at food photography. Such a talent, my friend. Can I, um, come be your assistant? (ie. come eat the food after you take pictures?) Someone's gotta do it, right? ; )

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