Tags » Marie Kazalia

Sold Food Photo License Via EyeEM Getty Images

Ok, so I sold an image license for my ravioli photograph–my first ever pasta photo–that was features in the EyeEm Getty Images collection. The sale was unexpected because my photo styling was uneducated and I assumed everyone could see that! 158 more words

Foggy Autumn Morning Photograph

A dense fog hung everywhere this morning and remained for hours. I have several photographs from this morning, this one, with a foreground of dry plants, dewy spider webs, and tiny white autumn flowers, a soft white foggy background with dark bare trees, has been well liked and received several positive comments on Instagram.

Waffle Making Photographs

I bought a waffle iron recently and started searching for new and interesting recipes for both sweet and savory waffles. Every recipe–and there are a lot on Pinterest alone– was accompanied by photographs of gorgeous looking plates of ready to eat waffles, either dripping with syrup, stacked and layered with whipped cream and fresh fruit, or savory waffles made with meat, vegetables and cheese. 192 more words

My Non-food Photographs

OK, I don’t just photograph food and flowers. In July, I made photos of spray paint cans, and then I photographed a set of caps that go on the spray paint cans to produce a variety of spray streams– from soft for fill to thin for line work. 232 more words

Sushi Lunch--Styling and Photo by Marie Kazalia

Still life of veggie sushi roll with carrot, cucumber, avocado and sprinkled with black sesame seeds on top on red patterned sushi plate, with small plates of ginger slices and green wasabi paste, wood chopsticks, red miso soup, tea in Japanese tea cup all sitting on a black table and illuminated through matchstick blinds. 22 more words

Food Photography Red Cabbage Photo Series

Several of the series of photographs I made of red cabbage, radicchio, red onions on a bamboo cutting board made it into my Shutterstock portfolio, and one was downloaded by a buyer in NYC (apparently according to the map pinpointing buyers).

Peaked Whipped Cream on Whisk

I used a ring-light and natural rim backlight from a window to illuminate this peak of whipped cream on a whisk. Honestly, I really didn’t think that it turned out very well. 144 more words