Food Styling

I worked with Ms. Giannina Gonzales of the Center for Asian Culinary Studies and took pictures of some of her students’ work with food styling (one of her students being China Cojuangco). It was real interesting to be in the same kitchen while the students were styling their food. After shooting some of the food, Giannina or another student would ask if it was “edible” – since some food was sprayed with a glycerine solution or at times petroleum jelly to make the food look alive. If it was edible – we would snack on it.

Thank you to Giannina Gonzales for allowing me to drop by and take these shots.

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2 Responses to “Food Styling”
  1. Giannina says:

    These are great jar! Thanks for taking the pictures. 🙂
    My ice cream looks like dracula was salivating over it hahah anyway

    Hope we’ll be able to work together soon!
    Let’s think of an interesting food/photog concept

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  1. […] Food Styling (via blog: campfiremedia) Posted on December 25, 2010 by inislamicworld I worked with Ms. Giannina Gonzales of the Center for Asian Culinary Studies and took pictures of some of her students' work with food styling (one of her students being China Cojuangco). It was real interesting to be in the same kitchen while the students were styling their food. After shooting some of the food, Giannina or another student would ask if it was "edible" – since some food was sprayed with a glycerine solution or at times petroleum … Read More […]



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