Here at Fine Dining Lovers we are fond of stellar food photography and aim to bring you the best and latest trends. So we have rounded up 5food photographers that are killing it right now.
We've put together a lovely photo gallery (above) that highlights some of their amazing work. First up you'll find Alan de Herrera, a food photographer based in Laguna Beach, CA who specializes in advertising and shooting cookbooks. His style is clean, colorful and stunning.
Stockholm-based photographer Lena Granefelt creates intimate portraits of the food world. She says, "I have devoted my time to documenting ordinary people in ordinary environments. My constant goal is to imbue my pictures with an air of authenticity and truth."
New Yorker Christopher Testani is not only a talented food photographer but an avid cook. He's photographed for dozens of magazines including Martha Stewart Living and Food & Wine. His images are colorful, simple yet elegant.
Andrew Scrivani is a photographer and food stylist from New York who specializes in food and still life. He makes simple ingredients look completely crave worthy.
Last but not least, we have Marcus Nilsson, a Brooklyn-based photographer who specializes in food advertising and travel still. His pictures are inspiring and beautiful.
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