We have compiled the answers to the questions that readers ask again and again.
Which camera and lenses do you use for your photos?
We mainly shoot our photos with Fuji XT-4 and fast prime lenses XF16mm F1.4 R WR, XF23mm F1.4 R, XF35mm F1.4 R and XF56mm F1.2 R. For bigger productions we use our medium format camera Fuji GFX 50S with GF45mm F2.8 R WR und GF63mm F2.8 R WR.
How do you set up the lighting for your photos?
All of our images are photographed in daylight.
Which program do you use to edit your photos?
We use Adobe Lightroom and our own Krautkopf presets for editing our photos.
Do you offer workshops?
We do, but only in German at the moment. You can find all of the information regarding our food photography and food styling workshops here.
Where do you find your props?
We source our tableware and utensils from all over the world, often from France, England, Denmark, the USA or Japan. We find these items at ceramics markets, browsing the Internet, when travelling and mainly at the flea market. Most of our plates and bowls are individual pieces, which are not duplicates, since they are old objects that we have found, or they have been produced especially for us. We have been collecting tableware from a wide range of different ceramicists for years.
Analogue Life (http://analoguelife.com), Zierrad und Gold (http://zierratundgold.bigcartel.com) and Broste Copenhagen (http://www.brostecopenhagen.com) come highly recommended as online shops. Find a lot more links in our recommendation list.
Is it possible to advertise on your blog?
We would like to keep our blog free from adverts. We only go into partnership with selected companies, who share our ideology and whose products and company philosophy we back 100%. These articles are furnished with a note stating ‘sponsored post’.
Is it possible for us to publish a promotional article or editorial contribution on your blog?
No, that is not possible. We only publish our own articles and recipes.
May I publish your recipes on my own blog?
We invest a great deal of time in recipe development and photography. Both are subject to copyright law and it is not permitted to publish or forward them without our prior consent.
Which blog template do you use and where can I download it?
Our blog is based on WordPress. We designed the whole thing ourselves and implemented it with the help of our programmers.