Do you love crunchy salads? Think fresh, think texture! Texture draws the eye, and what the eye feasts on, the taste buds crave. Food needs texture to appeal, colour to arrest the eye, composition to lead it, and light to breath life into your dish. Every shot should leap from the page, and shout 'eat me!' In this dish I have used quail eggs as they are smaller than hens and kept a sense of proportion with the other ingredients. They have been placed in a spiral, to lead the eye. And the colours are essentially complimentary (yellow and purple) - opposite sides of the colour wheel. This brings energy to the scene. Every photograph is created with intention for attention!
A Wedding Breakfast