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This is a collection of my favorite baking tools and cookware. Having the right bake and cookware is essential to setting the scene and creating the look you desire when preparing your dishes before they are styled for a photoshoot.
Composition is about texture, color, and layering. Below I have put together a few items I love to use when building a food scene. Starting from the background up, a good use tableware adds the right amount visual interest to let your subject (the food) shine.
I love kitchen appliances that make my food prep experience feel effortless. Below I have added appliances I use in my kitchen.
I have had the pleasure to partner with some amazing brands in my time as a commercial and food photographer. Below you find a selection of food items including specialty items I use in many of my recipes.
Kitchen gadgets are my JAM! I often use kitchen gadgets in my photography to add visual interest and as a story-aid in my food shoots. More importantly, I actually use these gadgets as food styling tools as well. I love when a kitchen tool serves multiple purposes. That's a win-win!
As a photographer I live in the craft section. It comes with the territory. Craft tools are a food photographer's best friend. From little wooden scoops, to small candy boxes, ribbons, faux flowers, and more, craft items are an easy and inexpensive way to build your visual story.
Having the right equipment makes life easier as a photographer. Below is a list of some of the equipment I use when photographing food. It's important to note that you should buy what you need and what you will actually use. It's ok to start small and build.
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