Kitchen Light

Kitchen Light  |  The Fresh Exchange

The spaces around us can change our daily patterns, mood, and even change the way we see something as simple as breakfast. Our little kitchen is changing the way we see our daily life and even the smallest details of our space. The beauty of light is that it can tell a story, show the flavor and depth of an item, and even hide or show flaws. Light is an amazing thing and one that very commonly can be overlooked. The more we are exploring food photography and styling we are beginning to see that light can dictate every bit of feeling in a photo. I am trying to challenge myself to find the perfect light that feels natural, beautiful, and full of life, even in the darkest parts of the day. Light makes all the difference.

Hope your week is off to a good start. We have been hosting Mike’s family and enjoying this special time together, but are back in the office full time tomorrow!

Images above from: Rye Panzanella Bread, Food52Jars from Herriott Grace, Cakes for the Ages from Kinfolk

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  1. These are gorgeous pictures! My kitchen constantly frustrates me because it’s lighting is weird, but it is beautiful and I’d love to be able to showcase more photos inside it. Step one: become much, much better at photography.

  2. loooove these images and this perspective on light. i totally agree it tells a story and tells so much in a photo – definitely can make or break a good picture. thanks for sharing!

  3. It always amazes me how the morning light in the kitchen can always boost my spirits. It definitely helps this night owl enjoy the early morning!

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