This weekend I’m reviewing the food photography in Jerusalem by Yotam Ottolenghi photographed by Jonathan Lovekin.
The photography is stunning. Great looking food, beautiful colours and lovely clear bright lighting. Most of the time the food fills the page from an overhead shot, really showcasing the food and creating a really striking image. Leaving you with no doubt that the food is the hero.
The food styling is very simple and honest giving the impression that it has not been styled at all, yet looks perfect. Prop styling is minimal.
The food photography is supported by beautiful shots of Jerusalem by Adam Hinton. A great book very inspiring.