This is the second installment in my 7 Links Challenge. The second and third parts of the challenge ask for: a post which had a great discussion or response and a post you enjoyed writing the most.
In July I started a series on food photography entitled “The Language of Food Photography.” It was a 6 part series that featured some amazing guest posts from food photography insiders including a prop stylist, a food stylist and two food photographers/bloggers.
I got a wonderful response to the series and it generated some great discussion on food photography and bloggers finding their unique style.
The 6 parts can be found here:
Read Part 1 of The Language of Food Photography | Learning the Visual Elements of Design.
Read Part 3 of the Language of Food Photography | Prop Styling with Paula Walters.
Read Part 4 of the Language of Food Photography | Food Styling with Tami Hardeman.
Read Part 5 of the Language of Food Photography | Creating Moods with Ilva Beretta.
Read Part 6 of the Language of Food Photography | Finding Your Style with Meeta K. Wolff.
In this post I explored the powerful connection between wine, food and memory. Starting with the premise that wine isn’t just a beverage, that it has the ability to create connections and evoke emotion, I delved into the subject which has always held such fascination for me.
I asked, “What is it that makes a wine mediocre to one person and amazing to another?” and looked at the sensory, cultural and other factors into our wine choices.
If anyone else has taken part in the 7 Link Challenge, please post links to your own entries in the comments so we can all take a look.
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