Cut Food by Beth Galton Gives Prepared Dishes a New Perspective

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 10, 2013 • References: bethgalton & neatorama
The Cut Food photo series isn't necessarily what it sounds like. Although the food is cut, a better term to describe its state is 'cross-sectioned.' That is because everything including the containers each meal is placed in has been severed in half as though an executioner had taken them to a guillotine.

The creative concept of Beth Galton, a photographer based in New York City, the Cut Food photo series essentially gives prepared dishes a new perspective. As Galton states, "By cutting these items in half we move past the simple appetite appeal we normally try to achieve and explore the interior worlds of these products." The Cut Food photo series stemmed from a client project revolving around a burrito. Stats for Cross-Sectioned Meal Photography Trending: Older & Buzzing
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