Tag Archives: New Jersey

Must See

I dare you to look at these images and not get hungry. 100 pages (76 images) of sheer deliciousness. You really have to see this. Food Photography at its best. Just CLICK HERE or on the image below and give … Continue reading

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COVID-19, Social Distancing and Starting Over

I have been doing food and product photography for over 10 years. I am not a big studio with employees. I am a freelancer and contract assistants and food stylists as I need them. The most important thing to my … Continue reading

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Results

My goal is to deliver results far above expectations. I would never take on a job that I was not equipped to handle. Reading the kudos that I have been given by my clients makes that quite obvious.  Maturity, professionalism, creativity, … Continue reading

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Consistency

Consistency One of the many things I’ve learned in the past decade as a food and product photographer is that clients are looking for consistency; a style that holds their images together. This is no surprise. As a teacher for … Continue reading

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Food Photography and Product Photography

I advertise myself as a food and product photographer, but mostly I push the food photography. I LOVE food photography. Shooting food has special challenges and therefore special intrinsic rewards when you get those awesome images. (And the food left … Continue reading

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Bread

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I am diabetic. My personal hell has been that many of my clients make high carb products. I do lots of chocolate, cakes, cookies, eclairs and all delicious things that diabetics … Continue reading

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A New Year’s Resolution of a Food Photographer

Thanksgiving is gone and Christmas and Chanukah are right around the corner. So, what’s next? It’s time to make a New Year’s resolution for 2016. What can that be? What do I need to do – professionally speaking that is. … Continue reading

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Tomorrow is my presentation

As you know from my last post, I was asked to do a presentation on food photography for food entrepreneurs by Foorpreneur. What do I talk about? This is supposed to be an educational experience for the students but, it … Continue reading

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Interview with a food stylist – Michael Giletto

I am going to try a series of interviews with food stylists-some of which I have worked with and some that I have only communicated with on Facebook. They will be from various locations around the world. The questions are … Continue reading

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My Chefs

I’ve updated my “Team Tony” portfolio book. It is available for viewing here. Chef Tony is a recipe developer and is the producer for many shoots. Some of his clients that I’ve shot for are Wholesum Harvest Farms, Stello Foods and of … Continue reading

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