We have photographed and present to you our food photography that includes some of our most appetising imagery. Delicacies from the furthest reaches of our planet to locally sourced, low carbon footprint, cookery ingredients. Here you can see rosy, red, cherry tomatoes, glistening, pearlescent, mackerel, crisp vibrant green and red hot chilli peppers from some of our deli clients, to the finished dishes in some of our talented restauranteurs’ kitchens, dining rooms and eateries. Our food photography includes freshly baked goods, such as baguettes, pies and pastries, deliciously spiced Indian cuisine and raw food and freshly prepared juices; something for every taste and palette. Not forgetting to mention our very own Guilty Pleasures
We love working with small business owners who are proud of their businesses. From YouJuice in Brighton to Deli Junction in Archway, London, and on to Bar Meze in St Albans (to mention just three), their passion for food and people inspires our photography and often fills our grateful tummies 🙂
Not all the food imagery we have shot over the years has made it into our top twenty, there are so many images to choose from.
# Interesting Fact No 55: Mackerel, mainly from the family Scombridae, is a common name for a number of different species of pelagic fish. The pelagic zone is not close to the bottom or near the coast of oceans or lakes.
# Interesting Fact No 72: The tomato is a fruit related to the deadly nightshade, Belladonna – Italian for ‘beautiful lady’ or ‘pretty woman’. Despite Belladonna’s leaves and berries being highly toxic and causing hallucinations and delirium, Belladonna derives its name from women using it in eye drops to dilate their pupils to make themselves appear more attractive. Of course, it was also used as poison, and probably not only by the ancient Romans.