Studio food photographers Portland: Images for Blendtec Blenders

I love soups. Anyone who knows anything about me knows this. My freezer is full of single serving homemade soups, and I love trying new recipes. Roasted garlic soup, pho, classic tomato, I love them all. So when I was asked to photograph a cookbook consisting of multiple interesting soups, obviously I was interested.

I have spent quite some time now photographing for Blendtec Blenders. We have been working on a handful of studio food photography shoots for the company. We initially started with a few images for packaging, and eventually the relationship evolved.

We were able to create entirely new packaging for Blendtec, then we moved on to a much bigger project. An entire cookbook. Featuring over 90 recipes, we tested and photographed them all. The book includes classics like margaritas and blended soups, such as the one featured below. However, Blendtec amps it up a notch. Grinding wheat, creating grain specific flours, and making bread to name a few. You can check out a few of the images on my blog. I have a few sauces and dips posted as well as another soup. That soup ended up being on the main packaging on the boxes.

If you would like to see more images from these shoots, you will just have to pick up a cookbook which comes with each blender purchase.

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Christine Armbruster is a Portland commercial food photographer. She makes documentary style and studio images for food brands and restaurants. To see more of her work and how she blends her documentary style with commercial clients, please visit her website.
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