Finally Finished the Cookbook
I’ve mentioned this project several times on G+ (usually when it was driving me nuts) so it seemed only fair to share the end results. My wife used to be a professional cook but now she just writes about it. This is a follow up to her first book – which did far better than she expected it to.
All of the photographs that were used in the book are here. They are meant to be illustrative more than artistic and there were limitations, some due to the size of the kitchen and some self imposed – I wanted to do this one using ambient daylight only as far as possible. I used a lot of fill flash in the first book. Of course, every day we worked the weather was overcast with low thick cloud so I lost a lot of light and it wasn’t really practical to work with a tripod.
A lot more information here including screenshots and contents list:
Of course I won’t try to dissuade anyone who wants to buy a copy ($2.99 which is a bargain). The pdf version (ideal for printing, laptop, netbook, iPad etc., is available from the above link. Epub and other formats also available from this link. There is a kindle version available on Amazon. Exactly the same content including all images but formatted to be free flowing as opposed to fixed page.
In album Minimalist Cooking 2 – All Images (61 photos)
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