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Food Photography – Air Culinaire – Chef Aaron

Working with Air Culinaire in London/Luton we created some shots for the new brochure showcasing their food for the planes. Sophie was the stylist on the shoot and she worked in harmony with the chefs to create stunning dishes that look appetizing for their new graphics. Some of the shots were as they are served on the plane and some a suggestion of.

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Food photographer Hertfordshire

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Food photography – recipes on a TVC shoot

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It was great to start shooting food again after a while, after moving back to the UK I have been concentrating on my wedding videography. Its a passionate subject of mine – food and I absolutely love shooting it!
This shoot was to showcase a cooking roaster for the oven hence the product being in shot sometimes.

We had to produce a recipe book to go along with the product to give customers ideas on what to cook in the roaster.

The food stylist was an awesome lady – Sian Davies she’s Welsh too so thats always a bonus!
Sian works on many different projects and Im hoping to work again with her soon as she lives so close to me in Hertfordshire.

We didnt have as much time to shoot and style the food as we had to cover the TVC as well, creating lifestyle images and video for the products advert. But I think what we managed to get with the time was great!

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Louise Shrigley Food Photographer Hertfordshire

Health Benefits of Blueberries

Health Benefits of Blueberries

I’m a huge lover of all berries – raspberries, blueberries, blackberries and strawberries and now I live in the UK I can grow my own again!

They always look so pretty in front of the camera and adding a touch of gorgeous natural light to these babies you can get some lovely images. Check out my other blog posts here on photography tips and watch out for more on food photography tips coming soon!


In the meantime, I thought I’d share a few benefits of how much these gorgeous berries are for us…..

Blueberries are sweet, nutritious and very popular with children and adults.

Often labelled a “superfood,” they are low in calories and incredibly good for you.

They are so tasty and convenient that many people consider them to be their favourite fruit.


Here are 3 health benefits of blueberries that are supported by research.

 

1. Blueberries are Low in Calories, But High in Nutrients

The blueberry is a flowering shrub that produces berries that are coloured blue to purple, also known as blueberries.

It is strongly related to similar shrubs, such as those that produce cranberries and huckleberries.

Blueberries are small, around 5-16 millimetres in diameter, and have a flared crown at the end.

They are green in colour at first, then change to blue-purple as they ripen.

These are the two most common types:

  1. Highbush blueberries are the most commonly grown species in the US.
  2. Lowbush blueberries are often referred to as “wild” blueberries. They are typically smaller and richer in some antioxidants.

This is what typical blueberries look like:

Blueberries are among the most nutrient-dense berries. A 1 cup serving (148 grams) of blueberries contains (1):

  • Fibre 4 grams.
  • Vitamin C: 24% of the RDA.
  • Vitamin K: 36% of the RDA.
  • Manganese: 25% of the RDA.
  • Then it contains small amounts of various other nutrients.

They are also about 85% water, and an entire cup contains only 84 calories, with 15 grams of carbohydrates.

Calorie for calorie, this makes them an excellent source of several important nutrients.

 


2. Blueberries are the King of Antioxidant Foods

 

Antioxidants are important.

They protect our bodies from damage by free radicals, unstable molecules that can damage cellular structures and contribute to ageing and diseases like cancer

Blueberries are believed to contain the highest antioxidant capacity of ALL commonly consumed fruits and vegetables.

The main antioxidant compounds in blueberries belong to a large family of polyphenols, called flavonoids.

One group of flavonoids, in particular, anthocyanins, is thought to be responsible for much of the beneficial health effects.

They have been shown to directly increase antioxidant levels inside the body.

Blueberries have the highest antioxidant capacity of all commonly consumed fruits and vegetables. Flavonoids appear to be the major antioxidant compounds.

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Healthy wholemeal and oatmeal pancakes with blueberries and Agave nectar

 


3. Blueberries Reduce DNA Damage, Which May Help Protect Against Ageing and Cancer

Oxidative DNA damage is part of everyday life.

It is said to occur tens of thousands of times per day, in every single cell in the body.

DNA damage is part of the reason we grow older, and it also plays an important role in the development of diseases like cancer.

Because blueberries are high in antioxidants, they can help neutralize some of the free radicals that cause damage to our DNA.

In one 4-week study, 168 participants were instructed to drink 1 litre (34 ounces) of a mixture of blueberry and apple juice, every day.

At the end of the study, oxidative DNA damage due to free radicals was reduced by 20%.

These findings have also been supported by smaller studies using either fresh or powdered blueberries.

Several studies have shown that blueberries and blueberry juice can protect against DNA damage, a leading driver of aging and cancer.

To read more about the health benefits of blueberries read further here….. https://authoritynutrition.com/10-proven-benefits-of-blueberries/

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Healthy treats to keep you satisfied

 

A recent shoot with Protein bake to showcase their healthy treats and snacks for their website and social media….http://www.theproteinbakeshop.com/ae/

The Protein Bakeshop helps you live a healthier and fitter life. To fulfil your sugar craving and have fun while doing it. Partnered with one of the best nutritionist in town, Rashi Chowdhary, who helped create all the delicious yet healthy recipes. Taking some of the healthiest ingredients, replaced refined sugar with natural sugars, increased the number of good fats and protein to improve the overall nutritional profile of desserts, so you can enjoy your favourite dessert guilt free! Each of our product has balanced macros and is nutrient rich so you get a whole lot of goodness in every bite.

Food photographer UK Louise Shrigley 

 

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Lemon Curd

My eldest daughter came home from school super chuffed with herself that she loved something new that she tasted in school – lemon curd, so we had to get some! Instead of buying some we made some together and helping mummy in the kitchen is always fun!
Its so easy to make and I have made it several times over the years but this is my favourite recipe, Homemade lemon curd is quick and easy and so much more mouthwatering than the shop-bought variety.

There are some pretty amazing benefits from eating lemons, here are just a few……Read More