This Photo Series Captures Raw Ingredients Floating in Mid-Air

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Published: Aug 18, 2014 • References: & visualnews
Food photography usually consists of photos of cooked dishes, but this particular series -- put together by Nora Luther and Pavel Becker -- consists of recipe photography, capturing raw ingredients rather than completed dishes or meals. The photographs depict raw ingredients seemingly floating in mid-air, and leave the appearance of the completed dish to the viewer's imagination.

What's interesting about this recipe photography series is that it's a lot more like actual cooking than you might think. Anybody who genuinely enjoys cooking knows that sticking to precise recipes is something only beginners do, and that a lot of the best culinary creations are the result of improvisation, experience and finesse.

Luther says the photos "serve a foretaste not only of the dish but also of its preparation". This approach ensures that the appearance of the completed dish is left to the viewer's imagination. Stats for Floating Recipe Photography Trending: Older & Mild
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