behind the backdrop {food photography behind the scenes}

i love me a pretty food photo.  a great food photo makes me want to run find the ingredients and whip up what the creator did, make it look just that good, and then devour my subject.

i’m always looking to grow in my skills, and there are some great photographers and bloggers out there who share generously of their knowledge and skill.


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but in the end, what i want most, is to capture my own journey, both in the kitchen and in our family.  because often it’s what’s behind the backdrop that counts even more.  don’t you agree?


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    January 31, 2014 at 2:22 am

    Love it! I have that same mini trifle dish and a scratched up pan- I believe I’ll be copying you at some point…and my daughter has become quite an expert at holding a spoon or accessory while staying out of the shot! 🙂

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      February 8, 2014 at 4:21 am

      nora! i can’t wait to see!! i need to post my results, but hubs shot it for me, and i didn’t love the result in this recipe… think i’ll try again. 🙂

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    Kelly Goralski
    February 9, 2014 at 3:53 pm

    Love this – and all your blog and pics! Funny – when my baking sheets start to look like this I used to toss them and buy new. But now that I’m dabbling in photographing my food I look more for “rustic” things nowadays! Love your creations and seeing you interact with your family. Very inspiring.

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      February 9, 2014 at 3:57 pm

      kelly – you’re awesome! thanks for the shared giggle. i found the tip elsewhere, but yes, i LOVE being able to use old “props” from my kitchen that i would’ve tossed!!

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