The elegant digital photography of D.A.Wagner is now available as kitchen decor prints from Somerset House Fine Art.
Tag Archives: Food
After 5 years of photographing greenmarket produce, D.A.Wagner has opened an Etsy store to sell prints of his exceptional digital photography of fruits and vegetables for the kitchen and home.
One Girl Cookies is a homey bakery on Dean Street that has a simple understated sign hanging outside that only says “cookies.” Inside is more like what you’d expect to find in a small town, not Brooklyn, there’s even a family tree of the owners, Dawn and Dave, hanging on one of the walls. It’s [...]
I bought a dozen onions and brought them into the studio for the usual shoot ‘em and eat ‘em routine. One by one I placed them on set and, one by one, little personalities revealed themselves. These are the year-end onions, the ones that aren’t in the best of shape, but are still worth eating. [...]
Swaying like the tops of pine trees blowing in the wind, these end of season romanesco broccoli are actually an edible flower in the Brassica oleracea family (cauliflower, not broccoli!). Now that the clocks have been set back, I don’t have to get up quite as early to capture the more dramatic early morning light [...]
I don’t do anything, really. I don’t. I go to the market. I see something interesting. I shoot it. I eat it (this week it was in my salads). I rarely see the “anthro” part until after I’ve finished shooting and have time to review the captures. It’s the limbo of the background isolating the [...]
Standing over three feet tall and looking like Ethel Merman belting out, “No Business Like Show Business,” this stalk had over 70 Sprouts clinging to it. And the leaves at the top? Well that’s just a giant Brussels Sprout, kinda like a head of cabbage, really. And those leaves, they’re about 14 inches across. Huge. [...]
Another shot from last week’s rainy Wednesday.
Yesterday afternoon, Greg Welch called me regarding a submission I made to his, about-to-be-launched, Freelance Portfolio Magazine, scheduled for December. He’d taken a look at the blog and felt there was something compelling about my comparisons of Mandelbrot’s fractals, NASA satellite imagery and my photographs of food. It struck a chord and we chatted a [...]
A Chinese lady came up to me in the Union Square market last Monday morning, pointed down and asked, in broken English, how much? I don’t have a clue what gave her the idea I worked at this particular kiosk at the market, but it gave me pause to look down at a group of [...]