The Beginners Guide to Food Photograph

posted on 24th of september, 2009

The second in the beginners guide series has arrived. 260 pages of Images,Diagrams, recipes and Lighting setups. We have Also bundled the 2 books together at a reduced Price.
Please go to www.rindersmithphotography.com for ordering information and Thanks so much for making the first Book a Huge success.

Comments (6)

Posted by Contas30 on September 30, 2009
Nice portfolio it's really inspiring me.
Have a nice day.
Posted by Maigi on September 25, 2009
Great work. Thanks for sharing!
Posted by Marilyngould on September 24, 2009
Your portfolio is truly inspiring -- fabulous photos! Cheers, Marilyn
Posted by Fultonsphoto on September 24, 2009
Great pics, and nice site.
Posted by Mani33 on September 24, 2009
Nice site and delicious food images!
Cheers ;)
Posted by Noonie on September 24, 2009
Cool, I'm old, too, and just trying to do something here! My second chance at life, you might say! ;) Thanks!

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LAURIN RINDER Born April 3, 1943 Los Angeles, CA Education: Burbank High School, Hollywood High School, Glendale College, Berklee School of Jazz, Orange Coast College, UCLA. One of my first musical memories was the trumpet my dad gave me in 1953, which led to my playing the drums in 1954. He also gave me a Leica camera which was the beginning of a very long relationship with photography and art....which continues to this day. I became the school photographer taking all the shots for the newspapers and yearbook. I carried around a ... [Read more]

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