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First Aired - 06/13/2010 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Gabriele Stabile & Marcus Nilsson come by to talk about the life of a food photographer, how they got to where they are now, and what plans they have for the future.

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First Aired - 06/08/2010 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Michael, Cyd Raftus McDowell & Victoria Granof talk about the art of food styling. Learn how these veterans of the food world work with chefs and photographers to get some of the city's best food looking as good as it does.

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First Aired - 05/25/2010 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Food Seen, Michael spoke to a trio of food photographers: Quentin Bacon, Francesco Tonelli, and Andrew Scrivani. The guys spoke about the world of food photography in its current state.

Photo by Francesca Tonelli

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Michael Harlan Turkell, Edible Brooklyn, Edible Manhattan, Hearst Ranch, Quintin Bacon, Francesco Tonelli, Andrew Scrivani, food photographer, Blue RIbbon Bakery, Martha Rose Shulman, Andrew does 95 percent of his own cooking and styling, Culinary Institute of America, La Cucina Italiana, food photographers seemed mystical to Francesco, large format cameras, Quinten's mother had one of the first cooking shows in Australia, digital SLRs, transition from analog film to digital cameras, food bloggers taking photographs, Food Spotting, amateur food photography, anger at food bloggers for interrupting the dining process, Randy Cohen The Ethicist, natural light and a prime lens, you want to shoot food as quickly as you can, tungsten bulbs, mixed light situations, shooting theatrical food, eating the food you photograph, the inexpicable ability of photos to make the deliciousness of food evident, how important is it to work with stylists?, mutual respect in the kitchen, lacking the control of a studio environment, being frazzled at a shoot, making do with what's there, seeing what happens as it progresses,

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