More Humiliation


I’m showing off embarrassing before and after food photos on Farm Bell Recipes today.

The photo above was taken yesterday. Here, below, is the original photo that ran with my Homemade Croissants post in December, 2007:

I don’t even have the words to describe this horror. See more of the fun (at my expense) at Farm Bell Recipes today.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 18, 2010  

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  1. 6-18

    I was looking for the blog post I did back when I made chocolate croissants with your recipe for croissant dough. It was so bad, I think I deleted it. You’re not the only one who has learned some lessons about photographing food!

  2. 6-18

    There is definitely a learning curve involved!

    Some people get very professional even building light boxes…An internet friend on another forum posted an online tutorial which was very helpful. She takes professional pictures that are just gorgeous, but is not a professional photographer. She has taken a hobby to a new level though.

  3. 6-19

    I don’t see a thing wrong with the photographs of food. It all looks amazingly delish!

  4. 6-19

    I’m thinking all that food just looks delicios…nothing at all wrong with the photo! Or the food!

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