Copyright © 2013 Sasha Gitin
A food photographer Serving New York Area: Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island as well as Westchester, New Jersey and Connecticut. Food Photographer working in the food and beverage industries should involve an individual who will not only be prefect in creation of food and drink images, but also put emphasis on the lifestyle of the food culture. Before choosing a food photographer New York, the individual or company who is looking to hire a food photographer or drink photographer should first do research in order to find the best food photographer. A professional restaurant photographer should have a portfolio readily available.
Food photography is the key to creative marketing and advertising. The food photographer will produce images that establish a communication between the brand and the consumer.
It is Important to Create Photos That Inspire People
Such action could involve a person making a purchase, based on the appeal of the food packaging, or engaging with an advertisement. Marketing nowadays utilize all available media and it goes far beyond traditional print advertising and public relations moving effectively into web and social media. Now more than ever, it is crucial to create photos that inspire people.
The Food and Drink Industry:
You are what you eat, what you drink, where you eat and who you eat it with.
Let's take a closer look at the eating and drinking industry. Eating is all about food, obviously. However this statement might have been oversimplified. There are numerous variables involved. For example: what we eat is determined by the following attributes:
tradition as well as diet and culinary trends
Our studio is based in New York City and we provide top food photography service to national brands and local businesses. New York food culture is following the trend of using fresh local healthy ingredients. In NYC, including all boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and the Bronx, all kind of ingredients are widely available and the geographic location has a minimal impact on the availability of certain foods.
When preparing for the photo shoot, ingredients often have to be sourced from other parts of the world. When certain fruits and vegetables are not in season on the East Coast, those ingredients can be ordered from the West Coast or the South of the country. For Example, when tea leaves were needed to be used as a prop, numerous tea plants were ordered from the farm in North Carolina or when creative direction called for fresh hazelnuts, we sourced an orchard in Oregon and they kindly sent us fresh cut branches. South America is also a great source as the growing seasons fall on the opposite months when compared to the United States.