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Loved this post! Great photos and your props are delicious too :)

Really descriptive and useful article. I have a food shoot coming up and I would like to use napkins and other props to help tell a story. This has been really useful. Thanks.

Great article! I love your styling taste!

WOW-- what beautiful and inspiring photographs!!! You ARE a PROFESSIONAL in my book! What's your digital camera's model and mnfg? We're thinking of upgrading our family camera this summer.

Love the blog. Would really love to find out where you got the plates with the clocks on them! Can you post?

Greats posts! I plan to make my own backdrop soon. :)

what a lovely blog!
so informative and visually soo beautiful!
thank you for sharing your gift!

Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed these past two posts, I can't wait to go out and buy some boards now!

These are lovely props Lisa. And yes, I wish I could grab a couple of the ceramic bowls you have on your shelf, I love them. I'm going to look for me a couple of ceramic eggs cartons, I've never seen those before but they are so pretty.

Your photographs are amazing, are you sure you're not a professional!? Great tips, which I hope to utilize, thanks.

Well, once again you've inspired me! I usually just post my recipes in whatever I prepared them in. I'm determined to take it up a notch. Too bad I already had today's recipe up!

Gorgeous photography and I am so grateful for the wonderful tips. Thank you! Love your blog!

More great props Lisa -- thanks for the inspiration!

Lisa, you're doing a great job with your styling & photography. Love all those pretty plates and dishes.

All those lovely props make the food look so much more yummy! Now I am hungry! Thanks for all the great tips!

I love your use of color in your photography and your props are really eye-catching! I am also interested in how you can focus on something up close and the background remains out of focus. Maybe an upcoming post on camera tips? Thanks for all of the inspiration!

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