Posts Tagged ‘Rick Stein’

Food Photography by Tim Mooney

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Back in September: Taking photos of food is great because it is very much a challenge. You have to be ready as food deteriorates very quickly … looses temperature, changes shape, colour etc.

To get the lighting close to what's required just set up with anything lying around the kitchen

To get the lighting close to what's required just set up with anything lying around the kitchen


Lighting plays an important part and its best to use as little as possible introduced lighting.
Always have a big glass of water with you when doing food photography. Why? Well when you get the hungers and you want to demolish the meal … have a glass of water instead … or you’ll end up the size of a bus.

Rick Stein at the Sydney Fish Markets

Monday, September 14th, 2009

With Rick Stein at Bannisters it was really fun to explore the Sydney Fish Markets with Rick in search of the freshest … knowledge. We spent hours there and it was absolutely fascinating. So many species, so much opportunity for photography.
I thought these little red fellas were interestingly ‘arranged’

Darling Harbour Sydney by Tim Mooney

Monday, August 31st, 2009

I had dinner with Rick Stein last week in Darling Harbour. We went to a ‘famous’ seafood restaurant which was actually pathetic. The same day this pic appeared in one of Sydney’s leading blog comments:http://tinyurl.com/mmf349

I’ll be flying this week for aerial photography . Where do you want me to go?