I have created this page to give you a better understanding of what to expect when you hire me, and what’s involved in a successful food photo shoot.

Although I specialize in food and beverage photography, my experience in cooking and styling food for my blog can be used to help you prep and style food on set. So, depending on what you need, I can both help prepare the food and take high-quality professional photographs that you can use to promote your product on social networks, your website, blog, or anywhere else you want.

There are two main packages that I offer:

Half-day package


pre-consultation; 2-3 hours of shooting/styling the food; retouch of all images and delivery. Usually results in 10-15 images.

Full-day package


pre-consultation; 5-6 hours of shooting/styling the food; retouch of all images and delivery. Usually results in 30 images.

Of course, it is also possible to create a custom package that best suits your needs.

On top of that, if for some reason you are not completely satisfied with my services, I offer a money-back guarantee! How great is that?

Allow me to explain a little further how food photographs are created. In order to achieve that final, professional and immaculate photograph that best portrays your product, the food needs to be well prepared and garnished and placed in an appropriate, appealing environment. It is necessary to adjust the lights and all the camera gear, shoot a number of photographs, and then choose the best ones, retouch them and deliver them to you. Fresh and well-presented food is the key ingredient here.

To get a better idea, you can compare food photo shoots to fashion magazine photo shoots. Regardless of the beauty of the model (in your case, the beauty of a meal), to create a good professional photograph you need a make-up artist and a hairdresser, as well as a professional photographer, lighting and camera. And, of course, all the photographs have to be retouched.

Here is an example:

When it comes to food photography, the whole process is pretty much the same. If you provide a “hair-dresser” (aka a chef) and a “make-up artist” (aka a food stylist, which could be chef as well) the whole photo shoot can go much quicker and more work can be accomplished within one package.

Please, feel free to contact me with any further questions you might have.Finally, in order to save some time and make sure we create exactly the product you want, here are a few questions I will ask you during pre-consultation:

  1. How do you want to use the images? (on your website, Facebook, promotions, booklets, plasma TVs, etc.)
  2. How many images do you need?
  3. Who is cooking?
  4. Who is styling the food?
  5. What file format do you prefer?
  6. How would you like your files delivered?
  7. When do you need the final edited images?

For me, every project is an exciting new experience that I always look forward to and that is reflected in the positive energy that is present during the whole collaboration. I truly look forward to working with you.

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