floating recipes by pavel becker
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I imagine cooking a gourmet meal in outer space would look a little something like this incredible photo series by photographer Pavel Becker and art director Nora Luther – fresh ingredients suspended in a stunning mid-air ballet, stubbornly refusing to land in that pot! “Recipe Photography Concept” puts a twist on traditional cookbook photography by focusing on the individual elements and the delicious anticipation of cooking a meal, rather than the picture perfect end result…which works for me because my cooking rarely comes out à la a Stepford wife :-) Unfortunately there’s no real cookbook out, but you can check out more photos from this tasty series here!

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11 Responses to recipe photography concept

  1. Kim says:

    Love these beautiful and creative photos thanks for sharing

  2. Erin says:

    Oh man, the floating handfuls of spices are so creepy! I kind of love them though. Not that I’m any more inspired to cook anything, haha. xo

  3. WOW! Some things people do… it’s just unbelievable! I was really trying to take awesome blog foodie photos, but I don’t think I can ever get to this level, haha!

  4. Jessica says:

    Wow that’s amazing! The one with bacon really is beautiful…. lol


  5. Sara Strauss says:

    This is awesome!! How fun!!

  6. Johanna says:

    My favorite kind of photography – food photography. This is stunning!

  7. loving this concept! how creative and cool! definitely going to check out more!

  8. lena says:

    What spectacular images!

  9. This is awesome! I would love to have been behind the scenes on this shoot!

  10. Eva says:

    Stunning pictures !