Entice your lover with these five sexy food ideas
Add a few of these five sexy food ideas to a valentine’s meal, if love is in the air perhaps these tasty healthy foods will add another dimension to a romantic evening. If nothing else they taste great and will certainly provide some wholesome nourishment.
Create Better Food Photography With Your Phone
Taking photos on the go with a mobile phone can be fun and an easy way to keep a social media profile looking busy and interesting. While food photography is very popular, getting pictures of food to look good can be tricky. These three easy tips will help you to improve your food photography with your phone.
With National Curry Week is fast approaching, celebrated from the 13th – 19th October. Said to be Britain’s favourite dish, we celebrate it while raising money to combat food poverty. A great selection of dinner events, raffles, auctions and festivities will be taking place throughout British towns and cities. In addition to copious amounts of Indian food being eaten!
Whether you are dining in the Darbaar restaurant or not, the Lotus bar is definitely worth a visit. Close to London Liverpool Street Station Lotus bar offers something a little different. Their new cocktail menu features spice infused spirits and unique Indian twists on old classics. Having tried a few of their new inventions I found their new concoctions rather enticing.
The quirky fun pizza house Bunga Bunga has teamed up with the Gladwin Brothers adding a very special pizza to their menu for a limited time only. The Nutty Italian features in season red grouse and mushrooms!
White balance is the process of removing unrealistic color casts, so that objects which appear white in person show white in your photo. Different light sources have different colour temperatures which can give a blue or yellow cast in a photo.
In this article I aim to help people learn how to photograph food with controlled lighting. I love natural light, but it can be unpredictable and changeable. I will demonstrate below using just one controlled light, how I can mimic the effects of shooting next to a window.