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    Prop Styling with Vintage Dishes-- my love for old vintage pieces runs deep. Old pieces hold so much character and if they are worn, scuffed or chipped, then even better. The delicate colors, design and details of each piece really add a beautiful simplicity to food. Sometimes the perfect old vintage piece can add so much more story, character and texture to simple foods. I find these pieces at thrift stores, antique malls and garage sales. Someones else's junk is my food styling treasure!

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    Food Photography Tip-- Making chalkboard surfaces: we use these surface so much because clients request them for shoots regularly. This photo is a chalkboard surface made by using dark chalk spray paint. We chose a large surface & sprayed about 2 coats to get this look. It's a great, versatile & delicate texture that works with many types of shots! Just buy enough cans to spray your surface about 2x. You can use sanded down wood, plastic or even foam core board. But hard surfaces last longer!