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Veronika grew up in the Western part of Hungary. Since her early childhood she had a great interest in fine-arts. She fell in love with photography, more specifically with food photography a few years ago. She combines her two great passions in her work, food preparation and photographing. Her images are filled with life, reflecting the vivid colors of nature. Veronika is a freelance food, still life photographer and food stylist and works currently from her home studio in Switzerland.

13 comments:

  1. I stumbled across your blog today. I LOVE it! The only thing I wish you'd change is to have a link where we can subscribe, so your posts show up in the email box. Your English is very good. I was surpriseed to read that you were not a native speaker!

    Like you, I work (and blog) from home in a studio I love. What a joy to be able to do the work you love and do it from home. I hope your work is very successful! I will come back to your blog often and hope to try some of your recipes.

    Sending you a smile and many wishes for much-deserved success,
    Sharyn
    Much joy!

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    1. Sharyn, thanks a lot for your nice words, you just made my day. I actually graduated in the US a long long time ago :)
      You and I are the lucky ones that both of us can do what we love. Wish more people could say that.
      The blog is under construction right now, I will add this option, thanks for reminding me.

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  2. I have been a follower of your beautiful pictures on flick, now I love your blog. Could you tell me what program to use to write a recipe beside a food picture? Thanks in advance.

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    1. Helene, thanks so much :)
      I use google documents and just link it to the blog.

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  3. Really nice, love your pictures! You are a great photographer.

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  4. I bought a Canon Rebel T3i with a Canon macro 60mm for my food photography. What camera and lenses do you use for your food photography?

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    1. wow, this is so nice of you. Thank you for the compliment. Some prefer Canon, some Nikon :) I use a Nikon D700 and my main lenses for food photography are the 50mm f1.4, and the 24-70mm f2.8. Both of them are excellent lenses.

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  5. Very nice blog and food photos on your site. Regards, chef Stephen Perrigaux http://perrigauxkitchen.blogspot.com :))

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    1. Thank you so much for the compliment.

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  6. your blog is so beautiful and i am glad i came across it. Looking forward to read more of your posts :) happy holidays!

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    1. Welcome to my little space here Dixya :)

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  7. Dear Veronica;

    Really impressed with your excellent work.
    Do you make the photography as well? Very good work indeed.

    Wish you continue with your good taste in these matters.

    Greetings from Spain.

    Paloma Luzarraga



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    1. Hi Paloma, yes. I do make the styling and photography as well. Glad you like it :)

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