Food & Light Photography Workshop Recap & a Chefs Catalog Giveaway!

Friday, July 02, 2010

Still Life - Food & Light Workshop
Going around the tables taking some shots. Still life styled by Diane.

It hit me at the Atlanta airport that I was really back on the East Southern side of things Wednesday night. Unlike in Salt Lake City or Denver, you could feel the humidity seeping out through the walls and permeating the air at the gate. A part of me wanted nothing more than to turn around, click my heels and head out West again. The bigger part of me wanted to be home, hug my better half, play with the pups and slowly go through all the emotions and images of the past week.

Food & Light Workshop
The Rembrandt Yard where the workshop was held - look at all that light!

The main reason for my being out West last week was to teach at the Food & Light Photography Workshop that Jen from Use Real Butter had been planning for months. From the moment she asked me to be one of the instructors until the day the workshop began, the excitement of the event was beginning to make my head burst. A HUGE thank you to Jen for organizing with such detail and apparent grace the workshop. From creating the website, downloading all sort of info for attendees (hotels, camera manuals,...) to gathering sponsors and prizes.

Food & Light Workshop
Todd and Diane (left) and Jen (right) sharing their knowledge.

I was honored to be among the instructors with kickbutt Jen and the ever talented Todd and Diane from White On Rice Couple. I was equally honored to be among such a tremendous group of attendees. They were all so enthusiastic to learn, practice, share and help one another, talk with us, ask questions and practice some more. It made the whole two day workshop that much more enjoyable and well, plain awesome.

Food & Light Workshop
Hungry Girl Lynn practicing.

I had done workshops before in which 1 or 2 hours was devoted to hands on practice after a presentation but this time, 2/3 of the workshop was devoted to hands on, time-on-tool practice. Time to really put into play what the instructors had just talked about and as we were circulating from table to table, we could repeat or elaborate what had been shared and discussed before.

Lisa At Work
Lisa working on styling and light bouncing.

The instructors time was divided in such a way that students got the best of everything that we got and boy we did cover a lot! Jen kicked off the workshop with a thorough and interactive presentation on camera basics and fundamentals such as exposure, metering, aperture, shutter speed, ISO. Todd and Diane presented on natural light workflow, lenses and focal lengths. On the second day, Todd and Diane presented half a session on artificial light while I presented the second half on natural light, both addressing how use either or depending on the desired photographic goal. The last session tackled food styling which Diane and I shared with a bonus styling demo to boot.

At The Rembrandt Yard
At the Rembrandt Yard.

Beside the reward of learning and practicing for 2 straight days, Jen scored some neat prized to give out to attendees in different categories. Picking from all the entries posted to the Food and Light Flickr pool was tough! See the list of winners on Jen's post. Congratulations to all of you guys - everyone did a fabulous job! Watch out for Elena's son, Ethan...Such a young fella but his creativity and skills are already really strong!

The Kitchen Upstairs - Boulder
The Kitchen Upstairs.

The Kitchen Upstairs
Cocktails and good times.

To celebrate such a strong end to this fabulous workshop, the "break-down crew" (Lisa, Anita, Dana, Annie, Todd, Diane, Jen and Jeremy) headed out to happy hour at The Kitchen Upstairs.

Jen & Lisa
Jen and Lisa.

The Kitchen Upstairs - Boulder
Garlic Fries and Sticky Toffee Pudding.

After hearing rave reviews from Jen for months I was thrilled to finally sit down to good cocktails and good food. The Kitchen did not disappoint, from the lovely details and atmosphere to the wonderfully crafted small plates we shared.

The Kitchen Upstairs - Boulder
Mac N' Cheese enjoyed by Annie.

The Kitchen Upstairs - Boulder
Beets and Olives - so good!

I laughed for a straight two hours...it felt good. I wish I could have stayed to hike with Jen, Jeremy, Todd and Diane the next day but flying back East takes about an entire day and there is much to be taken care of at home these days (trips, work, family, etc...). Jen's backyard is like my backyard in the Alps. Beautifully breathtaking and a sight I miss everyday.

The Kitchen Upstairs - Boulder
Chocolate Pots de Creme and some pretty stylish water.

No reason to feel left out if you could not attend though. Jen found herself with three extra swagbags at the end of the workshop and decided that we (Jen, Todd and Diane and myself) should put them up for giveaways. So here you go: THREE chances to win one of these awesome bags very generously filled by Chefs Catalog (coincidentally my go-to source for kitchen stuff ever since I move to the US). Each tote is filled with 4 large wooden spoons, 1 silicone spatula, a ceramic peeler, a 6-inch Wusthof bread knife and cutting board set, 3 kitchen towels, 4 stainless steel prep bowls with lids (love those!).

Here are the rules to enter:
- leave a comment on this post by Monday July 5th at midnight Eastern time
- one entry per person (duplicate will be deleted)
- participants must have US shipping addresses
- the winner will be picked at random by my wonderful better half


Don't forget to increase your odds of winning by entering the two other giveaways on Use Real Butter and White On Rice Couple!

Boulder
In Boulder.

Good luck! I'll be back to a regular recipe posting and sharing after the holidays.

Have a wonderful 4th of July!

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BellaDonna said...

Helene,

While I would love the Chefs' Catalog, your photographs are making me ready to sell my family for the donut peaches, the garlic fries and the oh-so-scrumptious looking beet and olive salad. Still I wouldn't mind the goody bag of Chef's Catalog...

-Elizabeth

lauren said...

Mmm, those garlic fries! Fabulous photography as always!

April said...

Thanks for the chance to win! The workshop sounds amazing!

Anonymous said...

I love your blog! Thanks for the chance at the fun bag -- keeping my fingers crossed ;)

Laurie
ljeschkulseth@gmail.com

policyonrye said...

Someday, I would love to take a workshop like this. Until then, though, I'll have to live vicariously through posts like yours!!

Chutzpah said...

Thanks for your blog! I feel so inspired whenever I visit!

Anonymous said...

Looks like a fabulous workshop, thanks for sharing!
Heather Anne Mo

Dani said...

Your pictures always make everything look so amazing! Thank you for all the wonderful posts!!

Bellameru said...

Whoa ! Didn't think I'd see anita from dessert first in the photos! I think its so cute how you all gather up together :D

The work shop looks like it was fabulous~

Karen said...

What a great workshop! Thanks for the giveaway!
karenreichmann@hotmail.com

Phong said...

Wish I could've gone to that workshop!

Eunice Chen said...

wow, those garlic fries look amazing! so do your pictures though...

Amy said...

Seems like a very informational and fun workshop. Wish I had a chance to attend, maybe in the future. :) Thanks for the giveaway! Those are some nice tools to have in the kitchen!

Emily Z said...

I can't believe you've been to the Kitchen! I go to school in Boulder and I love that place. I did a restaurant review there in the spring. You definitely picked all the great dishes there!

charlene020 said...

You are amazing - Your photography is just beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win. Happy 4th of July!

Sara said...

What gorgeous photos and a great giveaway!

linda said...

your photography is...classic, timeless & wonderful & you have an amazing eye!

wishing you a great holiday w/e.

thanks for including me in this lovely giveaway!

Nan said...

Looks like such a fun workshop! The light in the venue is amazing! Too many exclamation points in my comment but in this case they are necessary!

Glad all had a wonderfully fruitful time in Boulder...

Chef Dennis said...

Incredible images....wow....that has to be my weakest point, wish I could fins someone near Philly to take classes from!
Dennis

Yudith said...

Gorgeous pictures, thanks for the giveaway!

bunkycooks said...

Boulder looks beautiful and I know that the temps there are much better than they are here in the South! This looked like a great event. I would love to attend if there is another one next year.

Jacknbead@aol.com said...

Great shots! I'm even thinking of getting some skills under my belt. Thank you for the inspiration.

Lisa said...

that workshop sounds wonderful and your photos are gorgeous!

Rhonda said...

That is so cool, a hands on workshop by especially gifted people. Food, fun, friends and photos - the 4Fs.

Cindy said...

Looks like you had an awesome time and the food looks yummy!!!! =)

jenna said...

Great post! I love your photos. They're so inspiring!

sippy said...

I love learning from you. May I win???

sweetalmond said...

I wish I could attend something like that! you are so lucky..and talented!

Gretchen said...

What a fun time. That space was just amazing! Food looked pretty darn good too. Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a wonderful trip! I too live in the southeast... the humidity right now is appalling!! Don't blame you for wanting to turn right back around:)

Thanks for all your great blog posts! I just love 'em!

Jessi in Florida

Anonymous said...

Oops! This is Jessi from Florida, guess I should leave my email address: jessicapbevis@gmail.com

Thanks!

jabreb said...

There is so much to learn about photography; especially photographing food - maybe you could share a few tips along the way in your blogs. Wishing all a Happy July 4th!!!

Yael said...

Wish I could have been there- I am clueless when it comes to the photography of food.

Skippy said...

I'm hungry and I want a new camera.

angela@spinachtiger said...

I wish I could have been there. Your styling is so incredible. I could have learned a lot.

spinachtiger@me.com

Carrie W said...

I wish I could photograph as well as you all can. I tried once, but the whole f stop thing was confusing!

Leah Billings said...

These photos are making me hungry!

Pastrychefgrl said...

I love all your pictures I dont think you need a workshop but I guess you can never learn to much! Keep up with the great pictures and yummy food recipes!

scribbler said...

thanks for sharing! your pics look beautiful! :)

Dawn said...

Love all the beautiful photos.

Miriam said...

Photos are beautiful. I have really enjoyed the recipes. Reminds me of Europe! I would love theChocolate Pots de Creme recipe.

AlteredbyMe said...

What a great workshop. It looks like you all had a blast!

arlene9999@earthlink.net

Maria Isabella said...

Such inspiration! Kudos for sharing such great photography and even greater foods!

Christine said...

Love your site - I would love to go to this workshop next year.

Cam said...

Oooh, I love giveaways, and I love this blog. Thanks for all the info!

c1101v@yahoo.com

The Urban Baker said...

Hi Helene! I toyed with the idea of attending this, however just couldn't swing it. I will make sure I attend the next one. It sounded fabulous!

Alison said...

Those garlic fries are making me want to jump through the screen, they look AMAZING.

Judy Simons-Gerstley said...

I aspire to produce beautiful food fotos also! Thanks for the inspiration. Looking forward to new recipes after the Holiday! Thanks for the chance to win a swagbag...
Judy

Jill said...

Those garlic fries look soo good!

mirabelle said...

love your food styling!

Kat said...

It does look incredible. Wish I had the knowledge base that would make something like that useful.

Helene said...

Pastrychefgrl: I was one of the instructors.

Sara @ CaffeIna said...

I would be feeling less left out with the prize...but the truth is I really wish I could have come. Next time something like this get organized I will cancel any other trip.

Jules said...

wow, that looks like such a fun workshop!! It's amazing how just the tiniest change in lighting can change the perspective in a photograph.

shornrapunzel said...

Sounds like it was lots of fun, and I would love to win a swag bag!

Amanda said...

I love the idea of this workshop - let me know if you fancy coming to Australia to do one!! :)

Monica M. said...

Wonderful site...enjoying it at every click of the mouse...keep up the good work.

Yolanda said...

What a neat experience. I love the open studio!

Alexandra said...

I hope there is another workshop like that one - looks like it was an amazing time . . .

Liz said...

Food pictures make me try harder when I make and present my home cooking to my family. My DH is a terrific cook and has taught me a lot about preparation and presentation, but photos make me more adventuresome!

Marilyn said...

This is definitely a workshop I would have enjoyed. Oh, I hope I win.

Q said...

I hope one day to take beautiful photos as posted on this blog. You doing amazing work.

Grimmy said...

Amazing photos as always!!!

Shelly bee said...

Wow, everything looked amazing. Thanks for sharing it with us!

Eve Lynch said...

The food photos are always so gorgeous that I get the impression that they just exist, untouched by human hands. But it's amazing what goes into creating them! Talent and hard work.

Annie said...

We're all glad to have you back, looks like your vacation was absolutely gorgeous!

Jasmine said...

Your pictures are beautiful! Have a great holiday weekend!

YelenaB said...

Thank you for hosting this wonderful giveaway. I'd like to participate in a workshop like this sometime. Hopefully there will be one in SF.

Jasmine said...

Your pictures are beautiful! Have a great holiday weekend!

Sallie said...

One of these days, we are going to meet - me who lives in Mt Pleasant and you who lives on James Island will get together. I always admire each and every post. You are so talented (makes me a bit jealous), but also makes me aspire to be better. All the best!

YelenaB said...

I'd like to participate in the workshop like this some time. Wonderful photos and story and thank you for hosting the giveaway!

bellibabies said...

What a great community of foodie and photogs to be part of! Sharing excitement, ideas, techniques and recipes is the best part of what we do.
Love all your work!

Nicolle said...

I'm glad you enjoyed yourself! =)

SONIA said...

So sad that I had to miss this workshop! Hope this is the first of many!

JC said...

Such beautiful Photos! I'd love to win the cooking set for my boyfriend... he is really the one who loves all those accessories.

WendyGK said...

Maybe some of the talent and creativity shared at this workshop will have infused the contents of the bag. I could use some of it as I struggle to get better at food photography and writing. Sign me up for that giveaway!

kms said...

Gorgeous - sounds like such an amazing time, Helen...with such amazing people. Happy 4th! xo.

~nicole~ said...

Wish I could have gone!! It sounded like a fun and amazing time.

Always inspired by your beautiful photos!!

soft coeur said...

what a fantastic giveaway! thanks for hosting.
also, my stomach is growing from those pics. om nom nom.

Vicki Carroll said...

I just discovered your blog - lovely, I'm so impressed. Mine will be starting sometime this summer when I get enough time to begin. Then, of course, the battle will be for enough time to post! Your photos are beautiful and skillful.

pinkshirtsandcarwrecks said...

what fun!

Stephanie said...

So much fun!

Catherine said...

Your blog is such an inspiration. Sounds like a wonderful event.

g+t said...

Great giveaway. Love the photos!

French Cooking for Dummies said...

I would have loved to attend this workshop! Wonderful photos as always ;)

Stephanie said...

'We eat with our eyes'
You may not have coined that phrase but you certainly have perfected it!
Thank you for sharing your passion.

Lynnette said...

Stunning photos as always. Would love to have attended.

UtterRandomosityness said...

Beautiful photos!

Al said...

Looks amazing!

Leah said...

OOoooh sounds like you had fun! I am always in need of more things for my kitchen:)

Shesjetlagd said...

Beautiful photos... makes me crave all the delicious goodies you had. :) Thank you for the chance to win your awesome givewaway! :)

Melissa Palombi said...

How exciting to see photos of my favorite restaurant in Boulder, The Kitchen!! Their menu always has inspiration for my own table and you captured the experience in your beautiful photos. Please let us know next time you are in Boulder:)

Reluctant Penguin said...

I don't know what is more amazing... The photos of food or the photos of people enjoying the food!

erin said...

i thoroughly enjoy your photos and recipes.

stellula said...

Makes me want to go to Boulder. Thanks for sharing!

C. Tessler said...

Gosh these photos are so great!

Kae said...

Beautiful pictures and the food looked delicious!

Adi said...

Boulder is so wonderful. One of my favorite childhood memories.
Thanks for the giveaway!

adiluria [at] yahoo [dot] com

Amanda said...

Wow. I LOVE reading your blog, it brightens my day every time I find it in my inbox. What a wonderful trip!! I am so jealous. My husband and I are amateur chefs and photographers and we loooovvee to bake and take pictures of what we make and to share it with family and friends. I am learning sooo much from your blog, thank you for sharing!!

Lora said...

Great pictures! Thanks for sharing.

Shawna said...

What a beautiful space! If only I had the skill and patience for food photography.

kegarnay said...

This sounds like a great giveaway!

Joy Davidson said...

The workshop looks like it was amazing!


joy.davidson @ ymail.com

Anonymous said...

The recap & photos are wonderful! What a fun giveaway & continuing the teamwork by offering it on all 3 blogs.

Mary

Sara said...

Wow, inspiring food - looks fabulous! Thanks for the fun giveaway.

Ness E. said...

Mmm your photos look so yummy!

Anonymous said...

amazing photos always!!
Tourgirl64@hotmail.com
Eva

DeeGeeRN said...

It's interesting to see all three of your photos from the event! Thanks for sponsoring this!

webmailaddress2 said...

It looks like you had a really good time!

Jessi said...

that looks like such a fun workshop!

carolph said...

Looks like an awesome workshop. And yummy food on the side!

Danielle said...

I love baking supplies!

oneordinaryday said...

Even your fun, hanging out photos are gorgeous!

Marilyn D said...

Beautiful photos - I wish I could take pictures like these!

Sherry said...

I just love reading these different perspectives on the same thing... It makes me feel as though I was actually there. ^^

Mary Jane said...

Always something to inspire creativity here!
What a great opportunity to learn and share.

SMITH BITES said...

Looks like it was such a fabulous workshop - I too, wish I lived on the West Coast!

Nads' Bakery said...

Oh man!! I wish I could have taken that class! You have such amazing photos. It would have been awesome to learn from such a professional. Come to the west coast!

leesh said...

oh goodness this sounds divine and the pictures are making me hungry.

Barbara said...

I would love to attend a photography workshop like that. I live in the middle of nowhere, so no chance of anything here that resembles it.

jonahliza said...

great photos.. love this blog. have a great weekend. hearts.

Michelle Vandergrift said...

The giveaway would be a great gift! I'm moving back into my house (& favorite kitchen) after 3 years of being away.

HAH said...

Beautiful photos! I especially like the pots de creme

Laura's mom said...

Gorgeous photos.

Lily said...

Love your pictures - they are so clean and fresh!

Jen (Starvacious Gal) said...

The workshop looks like it was amazing, educational, AND fun... wish I could have been there!

Abby said...

Jen of URB is one of my fave photogs. She has an amazing eye. Taking a class with the two of you would be a dream!

Becca said...

Oh, would love this! Your photos are so beautiful, by the way.

Klee said...

so awesome, thanks for this post!

Amanda said...

The workshop looks like it was amazing! Thanks for the photos!

Jan said...

amazing! your photos are gorgeous and it looks like you had tonz of fun!

Carrie said...

I just ate dinner and am totally stuffed but your photos are so gorgeous I am wishing I could dive into that chocolate pot de creme or the sticky toffee pudding.

jyc said...

Lovely photos as usual, and great giveaway! fingers crossed.

Anonymous said...

Fantastic pictures! Congrats on the success of the workshop. Thank you for a chance to win!

Anonymous said...

After reading your post, I realize that it isn't easy capturing the mouthwatering food pictures. I think it's great that a workshop was created to gather inspiring people who share their culinary talents.
southpas@hotmail.com

{natalie} said...

what a cool workshop.

and thanks for the giveaway too!

Lexi said...

Pick me! Wishing I could have attended.

NikiTheo said...

Someone needs to have a workshop like this in Chicago!

The Wine-y Tomato said...

so many beautiful photographs! The prize sounds awesome... * crosses fingers*

jab214 said...

You make it look so easy....I wish pics looked like yours.

mysistersblog said...

Helene - I hope you liked Boulder well enough to come back for a Macoron workshop!!! Wish I could have come to this one too!

Nicolette said...

All that light is so beautiful- What a cool space! And that restaurant... yum!

Memória said...

Beautiful photos!! I wish I could have attended.

Ashleigh said...

those swagbags sound amazing...

Jeannie said...

Years ago I moved from Miami to Colorado Springs---in February! The altitude and lack of humidity was shocking! The workshop looked awesome!

Lori said...

Beautiful photos. I so wish I could have been there!

Dani H said...

The workshop sounds amazing! Since I consider you the best food stylist in the blogosphere, I'm sure that the attendees were thrilled. Thank you for a chance at the giveaway.

Jenny said...

Have a wonderful 4th of July yourself!

Maya said...

The workshop sounds fabulous! As do the goody bags ;)

Ginny said...

Amazing! I wish I could have come...looks like fun! :)

Esme said...

This is a workshop I should have attended I could use the tips.

thanks for this

chocolate and croissants at yahoo . com

PhotoMom said...

Looks like you had an awesome time. Love your photos.

Mikka said...

Beautiful photos! Mac and cheese looks delicious!

Tracy Grant said...

The workshop looks amazing :>) I want to learn about lens choices! The swag would come in handy as we just received some wonderful starter from the local bakery and my nephew, while visiting, broke the bread knife on his Irish butter! lol.
Thank you for your inspiration.
Tracy.

Sandy said...

Gorgeous photos! Wish I could sample! Thanks for the give-away.

MegaMom9 (same on Facebook & Twitter!) said...

I would love to have your talent!

Bethie said...

Yeehaw! Love me some freebies. Your pics are so beautiful.

Susie B said...

I wish I would have events like this closer to me. Looked great with fun people and interesting information.

lovestephunnie said...

Pots de creme and a piano... what more do you need to have a great time with friends?! =) Thanks for the giveaway!

Robyn said...

What an excellent workshop. I wanted to go so bad. Alas, it wasn't in the stars for me this year. Your recap confirms my desire to attend.

Jennifer in NYC said...

Your photos are heavenly. I enjoy your blog immensely!

Holly Wendt said...

The workshop looks like a grand success--bravo! Thanks for sharing with us.

Alison said...

I'm ashamed to admit it's taken a giveaway to get me to your blog and now I'm kicking myself for not getting here sooner. I can see I'm going to be spending a lot of time going through the archives. Well done, Madame!

Veganista said...

The workshop sounded amazing. I'm a complete fan of your photography.

Danja said...

What a cool post, and a great giveaway. Thanks!

Carly said...

You had me at garlic fries and sticky pudding! Gorgeous!

eachstarthere said...

J'adore your blog petite Tartelette! I look at your photos every day and have never ever been disappointed by your recipes. Gluten free, my little heart flutters, and gaze and gaze and gaze at your pictures, and try to make my kitchen and home look like yours. Thank you!

Erica the Ninja said...

It looks like you had an amazing time. I wish I could have gone too...I need to learn more about food photography. Thank you for hosting this giveaway! Stay cool in the heat!

Jackie said...

What an amazing-looking workshop. Sigh. Wish I'd known about it. That's right up my alley! You got some absolutely wonderful photos. Can't wait to see more!

xoxo

Kim (Liv Life) said...

I'm new to the whole food photography bit... but someday I hope to shoot like you! Beautiful shots!!

Gwenie said...

My favorite summertime treat is Iced Tea Popsicles.

Amanda said...

As always, beautiful inspiring photos!

Cyndi said...

They couldn't have chosen a better instructor -- your photos are so gorgeous!

Grace said...

Looks like a great workshop. Wish I could've be there.

hightechartist said...

Beautiful photography! Very well written recipes, everything I tried worked out great! Thank you for inspiration! I would love to win Chef Catalog giveaway.

Jessica said...

That work shop looks amazing. I wish I had your skills.

Heather said...

another inspiring post with beautiful photos. thank you, helene!

Katherine said...

I would love to be able to take pictures like yours. I think I might need to upgrade cameras first! What a great giveaway- my roommate moved out and took most of our (well really hers)kitchen supplies with her!

Melissa @ For the Love of Health said...

What an amazing conference!! Your photos are really fantastic!

Me said...

I love you site and visit it at least twice a week. Your food is amazing.

Kare said...

Looks like it was a terrific workshop. *So* wish I could have attended!

urbanpreserves said...

Sounds like a fantastic workshop! Thanks for sharing!

rose said...

Glad you enjoyed Utah and Colorado!! We also love our low humidity and wonderful vistas!

Cassie said...

Look like a lot of fun!

Elaine said...

Sounds absolutely wonderful. And count me in for the giveaway! :)

Jean at The Delightful Repast said...

I could definitely use the workshop! Being a low-tech kinda gal with no aptitude for electronic gadgetry is definitely a handicap for a blogger, but I can cook!

beyondriceandtofu.com said...

Wow. Beautiful photos. I want some of that sticky toffee pudding now...

PhDKid said...

Looks like fun.

Stacy (Little Blue Hen) said...

Looks like the workshop was great! I could definitely use some new wooden spoons, too.

Jade said...

The photography workshop looks like tons of fun! I wish I could have been there. I'll definitely need to keep working on my food-styling and photo shooting skills. Your website is always such lovely inspiration!

Knitopia said...

Yeah, I'm not sure I could live in the land of muggy summers again. I exited an airport in Virginia one summer at midnight and smacked into a figurative wall of heat and humidity. Yuck!

Stephanie-Oh said...

Sounds like a really wonderful time was had by all! You can never have too many spatulas or wooden spoons. I love kitchen goodies! Stephanie-Oh

BarbR said...

great photos!

tt said...

love your photos

taryntravis @ gmail dot com

Michele said...

Gorgeous photo's...great giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I wish I had the dough to get a good camera and the talent to pull these lovely pics off! Wow!

Love,
Jayne
(jayne.leepj [at] gmail [dot] com)

SheilaM said...

Love your blog...and your photography is AMAZING!!! Thanks for sharing! And thanks for the giveaway! SheilaM - samrrn@yahoo.com

Elizabeth said...

Those garlic fries look fantastic!

samantha elise said...

Love love love love it!

Hettar7 said...

Styling is important, but Lighting is Key. I never appreciated it before until I started trying to take pictures myself. Taking good pictures is hard. It's good that there are workshops like this to help.

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