I was recently commissioned to photograph a brand new corporate menu for the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester.

This involved shooting a five-course menu, including vegetarian options, all while service was in full flow.

Anybody who has ever worked in a kitchen (or watched Gordon Ramsey’s Kitchen Nightmares) will know that it’s a high pressure environment where seconds can make the difference between a course getting out on time and having to start the whole process again.

It’s the food photographers job to capture that passion and portray it through the beautiful food which is being put in front of you.

Working alongside the head chef in situations like this is paramount, as it’s their vision which you’re trying to recreate.

If they’re not happy with the shots, or how the food has been presented on the plate, then it’s back to the drawing board.

With nearly a decade of experience in shooting food photography for large clients such as Asda and Spar, Jak Spedding has the experience to turn almost anything into a mouth-watering masterpiece.

If you want to discuss your food photography needs, then please do not hesitate to get in touch. It won’t be as expensive as you think and you can get fantastic results like this!

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