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Food & Wine

Digital Food Awards

Photographer Evi Abeler creates striking, minimalist images of seasonal dishes made by her blogging partner, pastry chef Albane Sharrard. In her Harlem, New York, studio, she takes a DIY approach to styling, using hand-dyed linens, say, or repurposing salvaged wooden flower boxes as stands. "If you make your own things, you know you won't see them someplace else," she says. Her favorite prop is her "magic" fork. "It's vintage, with a beautiful patina and simple shape. Can't get a picture right? Use the magic fork."

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CLICK Magazine

A Taste of Honey

 

Using light, style and keen attention to detail New York photographer Evi Abeler makes culinary art.

 

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WNYC

Light Up Your Bacon: Taking Better Food Photos

Pictures of food are ever present on social media, but many of these pictures leave a lot to be desired. With this in mind, we are tackling the subject of food photography. Michael Harlan Turkell is a former cook, a James Beard Award-nominated food photographer, and the host of “The Food Seen” on Heritage Radio Network. Evi Abeler is a fine art and food photographer whose work has appeared in Food & Wine Magazine, HarperCollins books, as well as Whole Foods. Rebekah Peppler is a Brooklyn-based writer, food stylist and recipe developer. Her clients include The New York TimesBon Appetit, and Real Simple

 

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