Photography Styling Challenge #2: Table Setting

This month’s challenge was table setting, and because last month I did a 15 day Juice Fast and I’m learning to eat more and more vegetables I decided that it was only natural that I made a table setting of only vegetables. I wanted to make food art. All I needed was red cabbage, white cabbage, green pepper, carrots, a good knife, and a whole lot of patience. In the end, I was pretty happy with the results. It wasn’t perfect, but I tried a new kind of photography and as a result I have more ideas for another food-filled photograph.. :-)

Here are the Rules again..

Rules

1. No editing can be done to the photo other than edge cropping.

2. Camera equipment and tools of any variety may be used to assist in the photography.

3. Select 1-5 of your best photos, of the same subject matter, to be blogged.

4. The same concept must be blogged at the same time by all participants.

5. The only text acceptable for each photo is your watermark.

6. All shoots must be newly styled as of the first Monday of the month.

 

Here we go. My table setting for August’s Challenge. 

© www.ingekathleen.com/blog, table setting, vegetables, food art in South Korea

© www.ingekathleen.com/blog, table setting, vegetables, food art in South Korea

© www.ingekathleen.com/blog, table setting, vegetables, food art in South Korea

© www.ingekathleen.com/blog, table setting, vegetables, food art in South Korea

The Table Setting Recipe:

The Table Cloth = White Cabbage

The Plates = Red Cabbage

The Spoons and Chopsticks = Green Peppers

The Center Pieces = Green Peppers and Carrots

Here is are behind the scenes photographs

© www.ingekathleen.com/blog, table setting, vegetables, food art in South Korea

© www.ingekathleen.com/blog, table setting, vegetables, food art in South Korea

Here is a photo of the creation after a day in the sun. Interesting, right?

© www.ingekathleen.com, Food Art in South Korea, dried out

Also check out other bloggers photographs for the Table Setting Challenge here –>

Redesigned By M

Redlovinpixie

At the Corner of Happy and Harried 

My Food Tapestry

 

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Such a fresh take on the challenge! Love how you interpreted it!!
xo,
Anjana.

M. - August 5, 2013 - 8:34 pm

This is so clever! I just knew you would do something completely out of the box. ~M.

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ingekathleen - August 8, 2013 - 5:57 pm

Thanks, MyVan.. The idea developed over a few miss-attempts. But it didn’t try out too badly. :-)

ingekathleen - August 8, 2013 - 5:58 pm

Thank-you, Anjana. I’m going over to your blog to see your photo now! ^^

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