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Wedding cakes are no longer the big rage… it’s cupcakes…wedding cupcakes of all different flavors and designs.   The art director from Arizona Bride magazine contacted me about shooting the main image for the article “How Sweet It Is” and we discussed the creative direction for the image. We decided to go with a white, bright and open feel with lots of sexy highlights on the frosting and good deep shadows. Each bakery that was in the story brought a variety of luscious cupcakes for us to choose from…what a joy we got to shoot our cupcakes and eat them too! Arizona Bride magazine is published out of Minneapolis MN. by Tiger Oak Media.

Thanks to foodstylist Kim Krejca and art director Janet Mclaughlin.

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In December we had the opportunity to shoot some new sundae creations for our client Coldstone Creamery. Ice cream can be a real bear to shoot…You need lots of patience and a great food stylist. Each sundae is an orchestration of carefully placed drips, dabs and drops. Keeping texture in the whipped cream and sexy highlights in the toppings requires a ton of lighting finesse. I thoroughly rejoice in the crazy fun of creating these ice cream sculptures. I must say the stand ins were very tasty. Enjoy!

A special thanks to Kim and Jill the ice cream gurus and Rob Penney for his fine art direction.

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We’ve been shooting for Fairytale Brownies for several years and I must say the team we work with is outstanding. The story behind the company is equally outstanding. Eileen and David met in grade school, took a family recipe and created a great brand.

I get the most enjoyment in shooting still life and food photography, and this client allows us the freedom to explore ideas and approaches when we shoot the beauty shots for their catalogs.

The Set Up.

David Kravetz.

Sleepy Kari. Yours Truly.

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To know all things shiny! That’s what it takes to shoot for Ping, the premiere maker of fine golf clubs, bags and accessories. I’ve been shooting product and still life photography for Ping for ten years with Esser Design’s senior designer Kevin Sirois. Kevin has managed to make each of the catalogs fresh with new approaches each year. Over the years I’ve created a lighting scheme that requires little or no retouching. As you can imagine shooting a driver or a fairway wood is much like shooting the back of a spoon. The entire studio reflects in the club’s surface.

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