Ingredients for Brownies

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In retrospect, perhaps a little too much white on white 8), but I'm okay with how it turned out.

Blog post and recipe here.

ch☺c☺Kat718, Abejaa, AlexEdg, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Crystal Hofmann Photography [deleted] 49 months ago | reply

    I actually love all the white on white, makes everything look so bright and yummy. :D

  2. Ema Yudistira 49 months ago | reply

    neat n it

  3. Sanja Grdinić 49 months ago | reply

    beutiful! can i have it for: hi! love this one! i'd love to have it here:!? =)

  4. Xiaolu // 6 Bittersweets 49 months ago | reply

    Thanks, everyone. I was going for a bright clean look and am glad that came through :).

  5. KarenWise 49 months ago | reply

    Very pretty picture.

  6. StuderV 49 months ago | reply

    I love those photos which show ingredients. Nice

  7. Xiaolu // 6 Bittersweets 49 months ago | reply

    Thanks, and !

    , I like ingredient shots too and have been trying to do more of them. Glad you like it :)

  8. Thorsten (TK) 49 months ago | reply

    I like this kind of mise enplace shots. Maybe you could have vary the distances between the elements more to get a more casual feel to it. Lighting is well done.

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  9. Xiaolu // 6 Bittersweets 49 months ago | reply

    Thanks for your critique, Thorsten! I agree with you, although I didn't really think about this until I'd already baked the brownies. I'm just starting to learn to consciously "style" my food shots. With time and practice hopefully I'll learn to make them more effortlessly stylish ;).

  10. AlexEdg 44 months ago | reply

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