Tuiles

Ricetta sul mio blog Food-0-grafia.

 

Recipe in english on my blog Food-0-grafia.

  • G I L..... 6y

    Wow - Extremely exquisite presentation! Photographic and Culinary way.
  • Meeta K. Wolff 6y

    love the simple and delicate colors and set up here!
  • makinai 6y

    very pretty!
  • Thorsten Kraska 6y

    The tuiles are perfect. It is more of a still life than a food shot for me (in a very good way to be precise). The constructed arrangement with all that white empty space are giving room for the fragility of the tuiles. The tuiles seem to be more like sculptures, pieces of art. There is nothing which could distract from the tuiles. Composition wise I like the viewing line leading towards upper left corner which is broken up by the pile in back right. To use just the lower part of the photo is making for a very airy feeling with so much space above. And again this is supporting the idea of the fragile tuiles. Well done.

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  • Alessandro Guerani 6y

    Thanks . You got precisely the point, the tuiles have a so very "strong" and defined shape that I wanted to style the shot like it were a still-life.
  • Nanda Melonio 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called ¡¡ Buen Provecho !!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Nanda Melonio 6y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Art of Food Photography, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • Amelia PS 6y

    che bel minimalismo
  • Laksmi 5y

    Very subtle. Love the reflections on the cloth!
  • Elisabetta Bronzino 4y

    la geometria e il fuoco sono impeccabili! mi piace da morire
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