The world's best food photographers
• The world's best food photographers
The main objective of any food photographer - to make sure that everyone immediately wanted to eat a dish picture. And the photographers who have mastered the art of inducing saliva and gastric juice production, become good, strong professionals.
But only the best can look inside the product or food and show it so admired not only the gastrointestinal tract, but also the brain and heart.
The photographer Matt Armendariz. Los Angeles.
Matt Armendariz says of himself that he was "obsessed with food, drinks and all that is between them."
The famous food photographer working for Time The magazine, Martha Stewart izdatelstkogo home, many other periodicals and books, as well as for advertising.
He also has a blog, which teaches everyone to take pictures of food.
Photographer Bill Brady. New York.
Love to eat at Bill woke up in childhood, when the whole family gathers at the table on Sunday with my grandmother.
His art, in his own words, it is possible to translate a love for food and the absolute joy that it brings in pictures.
"My job - to seduce you, entice you to create a wish," - said Bill Brady.
Brady works different balance of light, composition and subject.
Photographer Helen Dudzhardin. Charleston, South Carolina.
Helen - an American of French origin.
In the US moved to the end of the 90s with a degree in history, one suitcase and an old film camera.
I'm going declines in 2007, during this time received several professional awards, her photographs published in numerous magazines, including Elle and the Forbes, and three cookbooks.
In May this year she released her first book on food photography, which she called "Plates in pixels".
Professional passion Helen - natural light and seasonal fresh ingredients.
Photographer Lara Ferroni. Seattle, Washington.
Lara Ferroni was not going to become a photographer, but once she photographed homemade raspberry scones and realized that was missing.
Lara contains a tiny studio in Seattle, located in her home.
Most of all it attracts natural sunlight, which gives images a feeling of home and wonder.
Photographer Lou Mann. New York.
Food-photographer with thirty years of experience, his work is published in more than forty cookbooks, not to mention magazines and advertising.
For 15 years, Lou has worked in New York Times, and in 1990 opened his own studio.
In addition to direct food photography, Lu busy forming younger colleagues, conducts master classes, holding workshops, and his book Digital Food Photography - the first in this area - is on sale now in its fourth edition.