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Posts Tagged ‘ culinary ’

GoodForks Food Gallery.


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To support my friends’ great attitude, we created a series of photos featuring fruits and vegetables to illustrate the beauty of a healthy and happy food system.

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Cut Food Photography By Beth Galton


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‘Cut food’ is a series of photographs by studio photographer Beth Galton, which exposes the innards of everyday culinary items. Together with stylist Charlotte omnes, the duo divided each of the diverse food items, allowing for a surprising glimpse a the cross sections of commonplace eats. Particularly interesting are the halved liquids — some of the food items, such as the doughnut and the boiled eggs, were able to be cut smoothly in half without any manipulation but other tricky elements, like soup and coffee, required the use of a gelatin subtance to solidify the fluid forms.

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