Organizing food

Our first experience of food is usually how it looks, then how it smells and lastly how it tastes. That is why there are food stylists for cookbooks and magazines; who make those dishes look so appealing that you salivate at the very look of them and make you want to buy the book. Nobody understands the importance of presentation in preparing food than someone with kids. They can be easily turned off to a meal just by how it looks. To show you the importance of food presentation I would like to show you some examples that stood out for me.

Dennis Adelmann did a collaboration with Carolin Wanitzek. He organized food very neatly. With a result that he will surely inspire healthier cravings. Photography and video combine for the ultimate food porn experience of the company’s website. It is also a great example of a previous article named structured!

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In this beautiful food project, food stylist Charlotte Omnès and photographer Beth Galton explore various artist techniques and how they applied paint to their canvas by using food as their medium. They approach food as texture, shape and form rather than something edible. This changes the perspective of the viewer. They make food no longer appeal only for appetite but also make graphic compositions with it.

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