Last year I headed down to the Blue Mountains just outside Sydney to Kimbri Farm to attend a food photography workshop hosted by Sophie Hansen of Local is Lovely and taught by Luisa Brimble and Aran Goyoaga from Canellevanille. Spending time with other people who totally geek out on food photography was a dream. My family get that I love what I do and they are no longer mortified when I stop meal times so I can quickly a get a shot of whatever it is we’re eating on the floor before they are allowed to tuck in, but a lot of the time they just don’t understand when I find the perfect napkin online and order just 1 at $30 because normal people buy a set and definitely not at $30 a piece. So being surrounded by 19 other women who love food photography too was just the best.
We had beautiful food and magic light to play with and a setting where everywhere you look is a visual story to tell.
So I’ll leave the words here and let the photos do their job.
All of these pictures are stunning. Must have been a wonderful experience. Thanks for sharing a glimpse of it with us.
Jo! There are some stunning photos in here. And wow, the light. Oh my it is just heavenly. May I ask what lens and f stop you took that delightful image of the rose? I think you could frame that for your lovely new kitchen! x