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New York City Restaurant Photographer visits Pittsburgh

New York City Restaurant Photographer visits Pittsburgh!

Ever since I moved to New York City to expand my restaurant photography, my love for Pittsburgh has increased greatly. I find any excuse to throw my Pittsburgh pride into every conversation. When asked where I am from, I proudly say “Pittsburgh!” even if technically that isn’t true.  So anytime I get a call to photograph a restaurant in Pittsburgh, I snatch it up in a heartbeat!

Back in September, I was asked to photograph 2 french restaurants, one is a bakery in Shadyside and the second is a small bistro in East Liberty.  As a restaurant photographer for magazines and cookbooks, I am used to shooting a lot in a day. At Paris 66, I pushed my dish limit to the test with 19 dishes and 7 cocktails in one day! Now I won’t show every last one, because that is a lot of photos for one blog. However, I will show off some of my favorites from the shoot!

 

Restaurant photography of cocktails

New York City restaurant photographer travels to Pittsburgh to photograph Paris 66

Restaurant photography of Pan Seared Scallops

Paris 66 dish of Pan Seared Scallops, tomato Provençal, & Linguini.

 Restaurant photography of Pan Seared Scallops

Photograph of Escargot Bourguinon at Paris 66.

Restaurant photography of Pan Seared Scallops

Dessert at Paris 66

Restaurant photography of Salad

La Jardinière – Field Greens, Zucchini, Squash, Eggplant, Bell Peppers, & House Dressing

Restaurant photography of cocktails

Cocktail at Paris 66

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