Food Photography

What’s a better way to engage in conversation but to share what you’re about to eat. It’s that one thing that everyone knows, food. In the digital age that we live in, sometimes, pictures and videos can say so much more, opposed to just talking. Sharing a picture of the brunch you had with a group of friends puts a timestamp on that moment, leaving you to remember that day and all of its glory or even faults. I love seeing what my friends post especially when it’s of a meal from a random place I’ve never been to. Most of my adventures revolve around a new restaurant that someone posted a picture of on some sort of social media and I know I’m not the only person that runs their lives around good people and food. Photography of food pushes chefs and those involved in any meal to make sure that it will look as good as it will taste. And that’s an innovation that I keep enjoying.

 

I would like to share my brunch from earlier today. Eggs Benedict with smoked salmon on an english muffin along side home fries and a sliced tomato at The Astor Room in Kauffman Studios Astoria.

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-Peter Tapia.

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