Utah Food Photographer | RubySnap July cookies

Hopefully you all don’t tire of cookie pictures as I seem to have shot for RubySnap quite a bit lately. Being pregnant, it certainly isn’t a subject matter I mind shooting at all. Here are a couple of snaps of their July specials. Too bad they’re gone now. I’ll catch up on blogging recent shoots… and then the baby will come and I’ll fall behind again. C’est la vie. 

Utah Food Photographer | RubySnap Cookies

I have photographed for RubySnap several times now. Not only is it a great job, I mean who wouldn’t want to photograph cookies? But I love their philosophy and the product they put out. I love that they use local products as much as they can, and always all natural. When that kind of care is put into a cookie, you’re going to taste the difference. 

Here are a few more photos I’ve done for them. Hope you enjoy and that you run out and buy some after drooling a little over the photos. I won’t judge. 

Croissants | Utah Food Photographer

I don’t know if any of you watch The Great British Bakeoff, but I have recently gotten into it. Some of the bakes they produce are super impressive. Watching the show occasionally gives me the itch to bake something new. I decided to  try my hand at making homemade almond croissants. Almond croissants have always been my favorite. If that’s an option at a bakery that is what I’ll be walking out the door with. 

I used the croissant dough recipe from the kitchn. The almond filling I pulled off of Simply Home Cooked. Simply Home Cooked gives some helpful step by step photos. 

I definitely need more practice and will try my hand at it again. 

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