Food Photography

August 23, 2011  •  Informational

I’ve become a bit obsessed with photographing food lately. Not that I haven’t been doing it for some time already, but now I’m constantly wanting to try new lighting, new subjects, new backdrops. This raw onion from my farm, sitting on a rustic piece of dark wood, with my chef’s knife ready to take action is one of my favorites recently. So when Brendan at Easy Canvas Prints offered me a free canvas print if I’d blog about their services I knew just which photo I was going to use.

You’ll find their service to get photos to canvas prints so easy to use – and you get options too, like how deep you want the wood frame and whether you want a wrapped border, mirrored border, or solid color border. Best of all, you can try it out online and see what it’s going to look like before you place your order.

I had planned to just plop this canvas into my pantry so I’d see it when grabbing things out of there, but it’s so pretty that it’s hanging in my office as motivation to keep working on my food photos.

Check out Easy Canvas Prints – you’ll love your work of art!

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  1. The Italian Dish says:

    I’m going to check them out! Nice photo.

  2. My Kitchen in the Rockies says:

    The picture is beautiful, Michelle. I just thought about having some of my food pictures printed on canvas, too. Isn’t it so much fun to photograph the food you cook? I love it, too. And how pretty will it be to have them displayed in your house? I will take a look at “Easy canvas prints”.

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