This was published already in September in the Swedish food magazine Lantliv mat & vin. I worked together with Liselotte Forslin and we were not in our studio instead we worked in a beautiful kitchen in a beautiful home in Uppsala, Sweden. Working in another space than our studio gives us inspiration. Even though you can’t always se the location in the images we believe it makes the photos better (if it’s a good location). It can be a slightly different natural daylight from the studio, a chair, a wall that looks really good in the background, props from the kitchen we are working in. Small things that inspire me and the stylist and make the food look even tastier. Continue reading
I’m happy to let you know I have finally chosen two photographs to make posters from and I have already printed them. These are the first two poster but more will come. These first ones are both from Paris and printed on matte paper (my favorite) in the large size of 70 x 100 cm ( 27 1/2 x 39 1/4 “). The good thing with these posters, apart from the photo and being big, is that they are not very expensive so you can easily just pin or tape them on the wall. Or if you want to frame them there are many ready made frames in this size to frame them with. You can get them in my etsy shop. And I ship world wide. Continue reading
My favorite secret location. No styling, this is the way I found this secret green house. I’ve shot three food features here, one with everything covered in snow. Continue reading
I was very happy when I got the assignment, for Elle mat & vin, to shoot Lotta Kühlhorn while she cooks in her colorful and inspiring apartment in Stockholm. Lotta is a well known Swedish graphic designer who always uses a lot of color in her designs. I love color so this was the perfect assignment for me. Lotta’s home is filled with wonderful things that turned into wonderful props for the images I was shooting. This feature is in the latest issue of the Swedish magazine Elle mat & vin (Swedish for Elle food & wine). Here are some of the images I shot. And by my side doing some styling and writing was Liselotte Forslin. Continue reading
I’m very excited I now have an Etsy shop. In my Etsy shop I have prints of my photos for sale. It’s still a small shop but I will be adding more prints and also posters. The images in this post are a collection of photos I’ve put together, it’s for sale as a set. The theme is Paris, but I’ve also chosen them to go well together color wise. Gray, black a little bit of blue, Paris colors. I shot most of them when I was in Paris a lovely weekend last spring, shooting for a cookbook and some from a December visit. I wanted to do more with them after I finished the cookbook. This is the first thing. The images are printed with pigment print on Epson Enhanced Matte Paper 192g, a high quality paper. I love the real feeling of matte paper. I love not having any reflections in the photos. If you tape them directly on the wall instead of framing them you keep the matte feeling of the paper. The two photos below are from my home workspace, an example on how to put them together. So go to my new Etsy shop! Continue reading
Recipes by Liselotte Forslin. To see a little bit more and to get a recipe for fresh onion tarte with feta go to my foodblog I share with Liselotte Forslin. www.leparfait.se Or if you are in Sweden go get the magazine Lantliv mat&vin.
Flowers picked in the wild. A photoshoot I did with stylist Kerstin Hermelin. Soon this will be the time of year again, the best time of the year.
Here is another feature for the Swedish food magazine Lantliv mat&vin. I worked with food stylist Liselotte Forslin as I usually do for this magazine. To see more of Liselottes and my work you can go to Le Parfait.
Two different versions of the same photograph, the second one being the most authentic. It’s taken a sunny morning in the guest bedroom in a house in Arcadia, L.A. county. The shadows on the curtain are from the avocado tree in the backyard.
Some of the images from a cheese feature for the Swedish food magazine Lantliv mat & vin. Recipes by, of course, the greatest Liselotte Forslin. To get the right dark natural light I shot this in my tiny office by my tiny window. I could just fit my tripod, camera, backdrop and food in. A good thing about that tiny window is that there is never any sunshine coming through it. Continue reading