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Amelie Niederbuchner likes it when photos do not reveal themselves right away, or when they cause irritation at first glance. This is exactly what her photography plays with. Inspired by early food photography and recipe images from the 60‘s and 70‘s, the photographer combines the aesthetics of the past with those of today and presents colourful, contrasting images.
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"When you browse through a cookbook from the 60’s, you wonder how you could find these food photos appealing."

The photographer from Munich uses a harsh flash in her works to achieve a very special visual effect. She wants to reform the boundaries of beauty and question common viewing habits. She creates a new way of looking at food photography with her pictures. An entire portrait of Amelie Niederbuchner can be found in the blog - learn more about the photographer, her career and her work.
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Looking for more inspiring retro photography?

Along with other styles these photographers also have 60's and 70's styled food images in their portfolio:
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The photographer Aina C. Hole uses the styles of the 70‘s to present classic dishes in front of coloured backgrounds.
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Photographer Silvio Knezevic relies on retro props and a colourfully staged Asian dishes.
Retro photographs of Silvio Knezevic >>
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