Lesson one: Beautiful food photos start with gorgeous ingredients.
Lesson two: Process shots can steal the show from finished shots.
Lesson three: Food is often the MOST beautiful right before you eat it, whether it’s savory…
Or somewhere in between.
Check out the blogs featured in this post for more great photos and recipes.
Apt. 2B Baking Co. - Yossy Arefi
Cafe Johnsonia - Lindsey Johnson
Canelle et Vanille - Aran Goyoaga
Chasing Delicious - Russell Van Kraayenburg
Citrus & Candy - Karen Low
Desserts For Breakfast - Stephanie Shih
Elephantine - Rachel Ball
Feasting At Home - Sylvia Fountaine
Green Kitchen Stories - David, Luise & Elsa
Have Cake Will Travel - Celine Steen
Happyolks - Kelsey Brown & Shaun Boyte
Forty-Sixth At Grace - Nikole Herriott
Hungry Ghost - Andrea Gentl
Inspiring The Everyday - Michael Matthew
Kanela y Limon - Cristina Lorenzo (in Spanish)
La Buena Vida - Nicole Franzen
La Tartine Gourmande - Béatrice Peltre
Lemon Fire Brigade - Sarah Bolla
Mowielicious - Mowie Kay
Nicky & Max - Max Faber & Nicky Walsh
Not Without Salt - Ashley Rodriguez
Running With Tweezers - Tami Hardeman
Seasons & Suppers - Jennifer M
Seven Spoons - Tara O’Brady
Sprouted Kitchen - Hugh & Sara Forte
Sunshine & Smile - Kankana Saxena
The Food Dept. - Sally Courtney, Anne Marie Cummins, David Morgan & Petrina Tinslay
The Tart Tart - Linda Xiao
The Year In Food - Kimberley Hasselbrink
What Katie Ate - Kate Quinn Davies
This post is by definition incomplete, since the world of food blogs is vast and full of gorgeous photography. So if we missed an amazing blog (maybe yours?) let us know about it!
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