It's always exciting to discover new techniques and ideas in the ever expanding world of food photography. Thus, we are pleased to share with you five of the best food photographers out there who are skilled at capturing beauty while remaining provocative, expressive and impactful.
As you'll see in our glorious slideshow (above), Andre Rucker places his subjects in ethereal suspension with pastel and gradient colors. Simple and clean, his food can be best described as interior design meets sci-fi.
Food looks luxurious and lip-smacking in the images of Bobby Doherty. His signature style is tasty with bright and provocative colors. In contrast, not even a humble egg is "simple" through the lends of Maurizio Di Iorio. His compositions are quite perfect and powerful.
Stephanie Gonot brings out the ironic side of food with perfect balance between photography and graphic arts. Her style is festive with a touch of vintage. Meanwhile, the images of Davide Luciano look very realistic and appealing with a touch of fashion. His photography is hard with transparent surfaces and reflections.
Now a three-Michelin-star restaurant, Noma has changed, but not necessarily on the plate. According to Kenneth Foong, it's all about the way the team works, which is closer to a tech company than a traditional restaurant. Read our exclusive interview with Noma's head chef.
A four-day restaurant week, a day dedicated to staff learning, and cooking demonstrations for the public are just a few of the new ways of working in Dan Barber's new vision for his NY restaurant and farm. Find out more.