Foto’s waar een beetje perfectionist instant gelukkig van wordt

O man, wat werden wij gelukkig van dit instagramaccount van het blog Wrightkitchen. Het is van foodfotograaf Brittany Wright uit Seattle. Enjoy!

Welcome back, I sure have missed ya.

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My art is back to making the Internet rounds but again without my name connected to it. This time it's this photograph except someone put numbers over each piece of toast asking people which toast is ideal. I don't even know where to begin and do not have time for this. For the past week my friends and people I don't know have been sending and tagging me in so many accounts on multiple different social media channels with this posted. I guess this is just a part of the wild west of the internet but I'm sick of it. Thank you to all of the people who send me my photos posted without my permission or credit everyday. I wish I didn't have to say this happens daily with so many different photos I create, but it does. As I've said to you all in the past, this will never make me stop fighting it. Know where the images you are using are from, support artists. *since it will come up as a question- I do not and will not watermark because I feel it takes away from my art.

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I wanted to take a moment to answer one of my most frequently asked questions: What do I do with all of the food I use in my photographs? The answer is actually quite simple- most of it goes directly to my kitchen and incorporated into my cooking. When I have a large amount of a single ingredient I often pickle, preserve, or infuse it in alcohol for later and to give as gifts. When I can't get to the food in time I share with friends and have brought boxes of it to food banks. My house has been nicknamed 'grandma's house' by some of my friends because they always end up leaving with a bag of food. Being able to share what I do with the ones I care about is one of the best parts. I still haven't gotten tired of the "sharing the fruits of my labor" joke. #foodgradients

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Picking one was the hardest decision of my day so far, so I got two.

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An organized calm before a guacamole storm. #producepatterns

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Rainbow chard #foodgradients from @oxbow_farm.

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Cereal #FoodGradients

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Carrot #foodgradients are some of my most favorite to make.

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