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dine@feastphotography.com.au
June 20, 2020
New to getting your product photographed ?
June 20, 2020

Here is how to engage your photographer from a seasoned professionals perspective. “Tamika Nelsen has been in the marketing industry for over a decade working for a number of key brands...

dine@feastphotography.com.au
December 3, 2019
How to create fabulous food imagery
December 3, 2019

Thanks to Camera Pro for being a part of their photography festival. It was great to meet, teach and hopefully inspire all the budding food photographers. Read more...

dine@feastphotography.com.au
April 9, 2018
Innovation, creativity and sandwiches
April 9, 2018

Ah, the humble sandwich Many of us have memories of school lunches when our parents attempted a gourmet creation (in my case—tomato, basil and philly cheese), rather than sticking to the...

dine@feastphotography.com.au
October 24, 2017
Pollinator
October 24, 2017

Introducing Brisbane's Pollinator Space This busy bee has been pollinating for new ideas Big things have been a buzz this year. With the latest milestone of my passion project I've achieved ...

dine@feastphotography.com.au
May 27, 2014
Inferno
May 27, 2014

I haven't had this much fun with food in a while, when you get the opportunity to include food, fire, and exploding sauce all in one space,  mess happens - a lot of mess, but a lot of...

dine@feastphotography.com.au
June 20, 2012
Snuffed out
June 20, 2012

"Stilled Life" My years of shooting everything from high fashion to coal have taken me to wild and wondrous places. These experiences have given me a front row seat at the sources of our food...

dine@feastphotography.com.au
May 20, 2012
Down the Rabbit hole
May 20, 2012

As a child I had a very vivid imagination, and a penchant for the theatrical. Nowadays, the things I dream up I want to be able to make a reality.  In pixels anyway. My idea was to re-create...

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