Gone are the days when raw chickens were painted to look just-out-of-the-oven and marbles were placed in condensed soups to make the solid ingredients rise to the top, today’s editorial food photography is taking a more natural approach. “Part of this is a legal issue—passing off fake food as real is false advertising—and part of it is technological.” What’s more, with amateur food photography becoming more prevalent than ever, people do indeed know what real food looks like.
Read more here. (Photo via Gourmet.com). (EH)