Below is a recent image taken for 1859 Magazine (on shelves now), showcasing a beautiful Beef Tenderloin, created and prepared by the talented Lisa Glickman, the magazine’s “Home Grown Chef”. If we did our job right, hopefully, you’ll want to look up the recipe and try your hand at cooking a beautiful meal like this! (and if that’s the case, feel free to give me a ring and I’ll come over for dinner!) Joking!
I recently finished a photography project with restaurant and bar, 900 Wall in Bend, Oregon. Last year, 900 Wall replaced the infamous Merenda Restaurant and needed new imagery for advertising purposes. The wonderful ladies of The Marketing Department contacted me to discuss the restaurant’s needs, and right away, knew it would be a fun project. If you haven’t been to 900 Wall before, the staff and ambiance prides itself on an amazing bar, a comfortable and inviting atmosphere, and of course, their incredible always-evolving cuisine, using fresh, local produce.
The goals of their photography needs were to capture the atmosphere of the restaurant as well as showcasing some of their food and drinks. We wanted to maintain a feeling of warmth throughout all the imagery as well. Below are a few examples of the images we photographed for 900 Wall. I hope you enjoy!!
If you have any questions regarding hiring a food photographer in Bend Oregon or Pacific Northwest for your next project, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 541-255-5834. Also, for more images of food photography, please check out my website at www.paulawattsphoto.com