Showing posts with label Portfolio. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Portfolio. Show all posts

Monday, 21 March 2016

Toronto Food Drink and Product Photography | Recent Work

Recent Work

Since a picture is worth a thousand words I'll just show some of the personal work I've shot lately. Please let us know how we may be able to help your brand, by shooting your product, location, people, recipes etc. We are very easy to work with and once you have, we will do everything we can to be your "go to" photography source. What are you waiting for? 

Happy St Patrick's Day

All images copyright 2016 and are the property of Robert Greatrix and Fulcrum Imaging. No usage without written permission. 

Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Food Photography | Showing Off New Work

Food Photography | Showing Off New Work

The last few months we at Fulcrum Imaging have been busy shooting delicious new food drink and product self assignments, meeting great people and continuing to learn both in the studio and in the kitchen. I am sure you will agree our work has improved measurably over the past year and we want to showcase the best of our recent images. We have also updated our website with a new look and we love to show it off, so stop by to see what we have to offer and in the meantime enjoy the sampling below.

Food Photography | Fulcrum Imaging

We love burgers! And we ground our own mix of beef and pork shoulder to make this one. 

Product Photography | Fulcrum Imaging

Lighting is important for any product and we continually try new ideas to bring out the best in any item. And Bourbon is a favourite.

Food and Beverage Photography | Fulcrum Imaging

Our portfolio was lacking some drink photography so we teamed up with talented stylist Marianne Wren to create this summer look lemonade.

Food Photography | Fulcrum Imaging

What more needs to be said, muffins don't last long in the studio as you can see. 

Product and Beverage Photography | Fulcrum Imaging

I'm a wine lover, so I chose to do a shot that would challenge my lighting skills. And what better way to celebrate a successful creation than with a glass of Vino. 

 It looks like spring is on its way and we still have spots left in March and April so book your food product or corporate shoots soon for the summer season. Call or email we would love to talk to you and discuss how we can help solve your problems, 647-408-6354 or


As usual our images are copyrighted . We love sharing with credit but using our work for your own gain or profit is not cool.

Monday, 8 September 2014

Hot Pepper Season

Hot Pepper Season: 

Toronto Food, Commercial and Corporate Photographer Robert Greatrix 

It's that time of year when all the spicy goodness is ripening up in a an explosion of red, orange and green. I was worried earlier in the year that an extremely persistent raccoon was going to successfully destroy my rooftop garden but as it turns out I think I have more peppers this year than ever. So I thought I would highlight some of my food photography portfolio and showcase my hot pepper crop. 

A selection of my peppers on a rustic white board surface, Jalapeño, Habernero, Cayenne or Chilli, one I don't remember and the dreaded Ghost Pepper. 

Some sliced Habernero with a diffused backlight. I love the aroma and vibrant colours of these fresh peppers. A couple thin slices is all I need to add some kick and intense flavours to a breakfast egg scramble. (Maybe a breakfast themed blog in the future)

The challenge comes some trying to use so many hot peppers as they seem to all ripen at once. Here I made a Spicy Salsa, a Habernero Mayo and a Fiery Red Sauce. I adapted the Fiery red Sauce recipe from an article in a recent Chatelaine magazine which always a great source for inspiring recipes. 

A couple more shots with the bottom one including some Guacamole, Tomato Salsa with Corn and Salsa Verde. I honestly never remember seeing Tomatillos before but saw some at the local Riverdale Farmer's Market and had try some of this somewhat unusual fruit. I roasted the Tomatillos over a light smoke on my Big Green Egg Grill and the sauce reflects it with a hint of smoky aromas. 

For more food photography visit and please visit your local farm markets and enjoy your harvest season. More food photography and more blog posts coming up.

Fulcrum Imaging is Toronto Photographer Robert Greatrix who is available for food, commercial and corporate photography as well as time lapse video creation. Please let us provide you a quote for all your photography needs by emailing a request to We would love to hear from you.

Copyright 2014.

A little behind the scenes shot of my photo set-up, its a lot more work than one imagines and the worse part is the clean-up :-). Cheers.