Por Camila Londoño
19 julio, 2016

“Veo la comida como un arte”.

La fotógrafa Brittany Wright (con base en Seattle) ama el color, las formas, los sabores de la comida. Pero no sólo eso, para ella, la comida es una ciencia, un experimento, un arte y una oportunidad para ser creativo. Esto sin duda lo ha demostrado a través de su proyecto fotográfico Food Gradients. En éste, utiliza todo tipo de alimentos para componer imágenes simétricas que se degradan; imágenes coloridas y exquisitamente cautivantes. 

1. Degradé de tomates

All of my favorite little cherry tomatoes are back at the market.✨

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2. El color del condimento


3. Colorida pastelería

Seeing as it's #nationaldonutday I can't help but repost this photo I created for @samsungmobileusa last year.

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4. Del rojo al blanco


5. Por montones


6. Cereeeezas

There are cherries all over this city, Seattle better be on cherry blast when I get home!

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7. Contraste


8. Degradación

Looking forward to this summer's tomatoes from @oxbow_farm. #foodgradients

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9. Los huevos también son color


10. Tostados


11. Color cítrico

Citrus #foodgradients 2016 edition. ✨ wrightkitchen.com/prints

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12. Uno si, uno no, uno si, uno no

An organized calm before a guacamole storm. #producepatterns

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13. Dan ganas de meter la mano


14. Rico cereal

Cereal #FoodGradients created for @SamsungMobileUSA.

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15. Color zanahoria

Carrot #foodgradients are some of my most favorite to make.

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16. Frutal

Enough variety around for some quick #foodgradients after finishing up the first half of this week's shoots.

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17. Verde naranja

Satsuma are my favorite fruit, after cherries of course.

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18. Maduración


19. Mmmm

Pink frosting #FoodGradients created for @SamsungMobileUSA and shot on the #GalaxyS6edgePlus.

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20. Picante

I found a rainbow of heat today.#foodgradients

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Me dio hambre. 

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