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Do You Take Pictures of Your Food?
Mar 14 2008 • By
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it's not "my" food but if i'm at a restaurant & the dessert is pretty i'll take a picture of it
I keep a blog for our families to stay connected and our meals make it on there all the time
I haven't ever, but my husband does all the time with his phone and then send it to his friend to make him jealous.
I like blogging about food that I find really interesting or yummy.
I take pictures of my food all the time, especially now that I have an iPhone
i always snap pix of food/meals when i'm on holidays, make great pages for scrapbooking - and remind you of the beautiful foods from exotic places so i can recreate them when i get home.
That's how I help out in the kitchen when there are no dishes to wash.
I started doing that when I went on a cruise this past November, cause all of the food was so awesome looking. Now that I'm in culinary school, my phone memory is almost used up with all of the pictures I've taken of different food. I'm thinking of putting everything I have together in some sort of blog or something because the plates are just too amazing to keep hidden on my phone!
My ex and I used to take pictures of what we were eating or had just made to make the other one jealous. Actually we still do it!
When I cook something new and I want to show the process I photography it and put it on my MySpace page. I have a group of friends who also have photos of the food they've made and we basically share our recipes and show how we made it to each other. Of course my friends are freaking a professional chef and a professional training pastry chef - so their stuff looks amazing. My stuff looks like it came out of an Easy Bake Oven.
Sometimes. Mostly birthday cakes and foods from the cruise.
Only if it's something spectacular.
Sometimes. It depends on what it is and how good it looks. If I've tried out a new recipe, then definitely.
I do sometimes. Sometimes food just looks...pretty. Also, almost everything looks super fancy and yummy on my dinnerware, so I took pictures of a lot of meals when I first got them.
I have. When I made my first fondant cake you better bet I documented that headache!!
When I was in Eastern Europe last fall, I must have taken pics of every meal. Mmm.
Only Birhday Cakes.
i must admit - pictures last longer than me attacking my food! so i have to take pics, lol!
nope - i'm not one to take pics of my food - however i am a firm believer in food porn...and i'll tear pages out of magazines for things that look too good to be true...and that i would never eat becuase of the cal/fat content.
I do it for my blog.
I attempted to keep a food blog for awhile so I took photos then...they never looked good though. The combination of my horrible photography skills and horrible lighting in my apartment led to some pretty unappetizing looking foods. Now, I just like to photo foods that are maybe a little different or interesting. I took a lot of food photos while I was in china.
I've done this while traveling, which is a fun way to remember a vacation aside from the scenery. I was in Vienna and Prague last year and have several photos of the plates of food (from right above the food - not from the side or any angle) that were served - nothing incredibly exotic - but to my surprise, they were some of my friends' and family's favorite pictures.
only if I made something really beautiful OR if I am doing a blog for the Kitchen Goddess Group!
If I make somethign really great and photogenic at home, I might. Usually I don't think to until it's too late! I would feel really weird pulling out a camera (even a cameraphone) and taking a picture of my food at a fancy restaurant.
Only if it's something special and i'm proud of.
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