The art of food photography with Aran Goyoaga - Eat, Capture, Share Podcast

In today’s episode (27) of The EAT, CAPTURE, SHARE Podcast, I’m speaking with cookbook author, food stylist and photographer Aran Goyoaga, known on instagram as Cannellevanille. We talk about the art of food photography and styling, smart phone photography and cookbook writing. Here’s what else you can expect from today’s episode …

  • Aran introduces herself

  • Aran shares how her love for food and food photography developed

  • Aran outlines the first steps she took to turn her hobby into her career

  • Aran explains how she conveys emotions and tells stories through her photography

  • Aran speaks about why light is emotive for her and how her artist father influenced the way she sees light

  • Aran shares how movies have influenced her work

  • Aran gives us a glimpse into how she uses editing to create movement in her still images

  • We talk about instagram and the role it plays in Aran’s life as a creative and how she’s seen the platform evolve over the years

  • We chat about the pressures of posting on instagram and how to manage the joy and stress that comes with sharing work online

  • We explore whether as artists we create for ourselves or our audience and how to navigate this dichotomy

  • Aran explains why she is so drawn to natural food styling

  • Aran states why she uses her iPhone camera to share her work online and gives us her top smart phone photography tips

  • We talk about how food photography trends have evolved over time

  • Aran notes the one thing what influences her photography most

  • Aran shares how she conceptualised the recipes and images for her new cookbook

  • Aran lists the photographers that inspire her

  • Aran shares cookbook writing tips


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