Archive For The “Behind the Scenes” Category

Photography @ MQP: Garnishes

By | January 10, 2013

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Welcome to part four in┬áBehind the Scenes, where I talk about the photography portion of this blog (and maybe other things, if you request it or if I feel inspired). On the agenda today: garnishes. If you’re into food photography the way I am, this is actually a scintillating subject. If you aren’t, I apologize […]

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Photography @ MQP: Fill it up!

By | June 21, 2012

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It’s been more than three months since I blogged about photography, so I figured it was about time for something new in this section. Today I want to talk about something so small that part of me questions whether it even warrants a post of its own: Filling dishes for a photo. Let me show […]

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Photography @ MQP: Food Scenes, etc.

By | March 1, 2012

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Welcome to the second post in a behind-the-scenes series on photography at More Quiche, Please. Missed the intro? You can catch up here. There seem to be two schools of thought when it comes to food photography: You can (1) create “food scenes” to help show off your dishes or (2) just take photos of […]

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Photography @ More Quiche, Please: Intro

By | February 16, 2012

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I got an email from a fellow food blogger today, asking for tips on food photography. I’m pretty new to the scene, but I’m happy to share what I’ve learned so far. Because this is something I’m passionate about (“this” meaning food, cooking, baking, eating, food styling, and food photography), I have plenty to say […]

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