The Wild Tomatoe
The Wild Tomato: our signature giant homemade meatball & homemade Wild Tomato sauce, topped with a farm fresh fried egg, fresh shaved Parmesan & basil, baked in cast iron, served with grilled flatbread points.
I love new restaurants and especially those establishments that seek to create new dining experience and not replicate so many other restaurants. So when'The Wild Tomatoes American Kitchen' opened in Bel Air, MD, I stopped by and I've been there many times since. Check our their site and look at the menu. http://wildtomatoamericankitchen.com/
It is most unique. This photo is their signature appetizer (but really a meal!). Of course I consumed this and the wine immediately after the shoot.
48mm focal length
Food photography is a HUGE photography genre - there are a countless number of styles and of course kinds of food that you can photograph. Sweet or savory, vegan or carnivore, high or low key, with people or without, there are many ways to tickle the taste buds. As a creative exercise, food photography ticks numerous boxes. You must not only light and photograph the food (that you probably have made yourself, too), you must also source props and style your food. You have to carefully match the colors of your food and props or background. But most important of all, the food has to look tasty. Your number one priority is to make your viewer’s mouth water. So creative Framers, what are you cooking up for us this week?