I don’t do much food photography. Photos of wonderful tasting dishes just don’t do much for me as a photographer. That isn’t to say there aren’t some amazing food photography out there for you to enjoy.
Two of my closest friends are some of the best food photographers I know, Ayngelina of Bacon is Magic (here is a link to one in her Food Fridays series) and Akila of The Road Forks.
That being said, I do love markets. Previously, I’ve done a post on the spices of the massive Damascus souk and also in Vietnam and also the markets in Chiang Mai. So, in that vein, here are some shots I took in a Jerusalem food market a few months ago. Whether you are eating traditional Israeli food or something more regional, it is a great place to eat.
I am experimenting with some focus/depth of field methods with these lens and have also edited for different sizes and shapes in the final cuts. Am always open for your feedback on what works and what doesn’t.
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Thanks for all the help and support recently. It has been appreciated as I deal with my first winter in years. I have come to think this weather has got me down a bit and as a result… no more winter for me.
I was vegan for years and years, during those unnecessary dietary years I visited Israel and have to say that the best food I have ever eaten, considering my state, was in Israel!!!
One time was on a kibbutz!
Looks good! I’ll be there with my wife in November.. spending Thanksgiving there and looking forward to it!
I like the egg picture a lot. Something about the repetition I think. Food photography is something I am fairly terrible at. Must try harder.
Markets are (I think) the best place to practice food photography. I love that picture of the guy tasting his own produce — very cheeky! 🙂
And thank you for that awesome shout out! 🙂 You should do more food photography, methinks.
I bet I really have to go to Jerusalem by next year because those food are really mouth-watering…
I am getting more into food photography. I just love food so much that I figure I should be able to photograph it well.
These shots aren’t too bad 😉
Thank you for this awesome photos! Looks delicious. I love that picture of the guy tasting his own product. Very funny! Thank you for sharing.
I was surprised how much I loved the food in Jerusalem. I’ve never been one to go out to eat at a Middle Eastern restaurant, yet everything I ate in Israel was amazing!
You definitely captured the energy of the market, well done.
Beautiful! I’ll be in Israel next week and will be dreaming of mounds of dried apricots until then!