I loves me a good Mac n Cheese dish. It may be my all-time favourite comfort food and while I’ve made a few good ones in my life, this is hands down the best ever. It’s not fancy or difficult. Every ingredient will probably be in your pantry. No fancy cheeses, nothing out of the ordinary (although I do love mac n cheese with some
I’m tired of sweets and cookies. Unfortunately, they seem to be one of the few things that lend themselves to shooting in the few decent hours of daylight that I get this time of year. So, I threw caution to the wind and photographed my dinner concoction the other night under the kitchen table light while it was pitch black outside. Wild and crazy, I
After photographing the delicious salted caramel chocolate cookies on the weekend, I had a few shots that really highlighted the effect a simple reflector can have on a photo and I thought this would be a good opportunity for a food photography tip. What is a reflector? First things first, right? What exactly is a reflector? Well, in a nutshell, it’s anything the reflects light!
When I first started the food photography Tips and Tricks posts I wanted to do them in a specific order so each post built on the previous ones. What I noticed, however, was I’d get ideas for topics while looking at my photos from that day’s shoot. I’d save them for the right time and never use them because I didn’t think they fit just
This is an outtake from shooting cookies today. Cranberry Chocolate Chunk Cookies actually. I’ll post the rest of the photos and the recipe next week but I’m still working on shooting the actual cookies (I ran out of light after doing the prep shots and actually baking them). They’re good. But, really, how hard must one fail to make lousy cookies? I mean, that takes