Dessert In B&W| Trina Baker Lawrence,Kansas Photographer

In addition to my love of photography, I also have a passion for baking.  Since it’s St. Valentine’s Day I decided to make a flourless chocolate cake and photograph the process. I am not a food blogger, my friend Megan over at The Flying Fork has that niche covered.  Nor would I consider myself a food photographer.  I do, however, love to photograph kitchen utensils, bowls, mixers, spoons and other items you might find in a kitchen.  That is why I decided to edit these images in black and white. Well, that and the fact I am in one of those phases. I wanted to focus on the shapes, lights and patterns created when making food and that is just easier without color.  Which raises a question. Can you make successful food images in black and white?  Leave a comment and let me know what you think.

Trina

Baking Trina Baker Photography

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Chocolate Bokeh Trina Baker Lawrence, KS Photographer

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egg whites

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2 Comments on “Dessert In B&W| Trina Baker Lawrence,Kansas Photographer”

  1. February 15, 2013 at 4:17 p #

    I swear I had to pause in every photo in here for about 10 to 20 minutes just to digest what I was seeing and I just can’t get enough of it… Great job! Two thumbs up!
    JeremyMerriam.com

    • February 15, 2013 at 12:39 p #

      Thank you so much for your kind words. I love to try new ideas :)

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