Julianne’s Kitchen

All you savoury buffs would have been very jealous of us this week!  Our tongues were definitely salivating over the delicious pâtés, fruit pastes, onion relish jams and terrines we shot for Julianne’s Kitchen. You might remember her as the previous owner and head chef of Cloudstreet in Kirribilli.  If you do, then you’ll be happy to hear you can buy her new range at select Harris Farms and Thomas Dux Grocers.

Connie and I used daylight for this shoot and shot with my Phase One Camera with a combination of my 120mm Macro lens and my 120mm Tilt shift. We really wanted to feature the jelly in the light and show off its texture. The best part was sampling the product at the end, especially as its homemade.

Some great behind the scene shots by Connie Moran.

About christianmushenko

Photographer who specializes in people and food. I also shoot fine art seascapes and am represented in NY by June Bateman Fine Art. Watch this space for the space between the photos the rest of the world sees.
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5 Responses to Julianne’s Kitchen

  1. Nick says:

    Keep it up and your belly won’t stay flat….Advice from a guy who knows

  2. Good thing it’s lunchtime… great shots Mr Mushenko =)

  3. Jenny says:

    Don’t like Pate, but those Fruit Pastes look yummy.

  4. Julianne says:

    Check out more great pictures by Christian of Juliannes Kitchen products on
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Juliannes-Kitchen/244662412227899

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