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StockFood is the world’s leading media agency for food photography. With us you will find photos and videos from more than 1,000 professional food photographers – rights managed and royalty-free. For your creative projects, discover our unique collection of food images, videos, features and recipes for eating, drinking and enjoying. Our sales team is happy to answer questions, help with an image search, and give individual quotes!
StockFood takes over Look
On April 1. 2019 StockFood will take over the German travel photo agency Look which is focused on travel and outdoor photography from around the world. All employees, including their long-standing customer advisors and photo editors, will join the StockFood team. For more information see our Press Release
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Her portfolio covers a wide range of topics from hygge food, clean eating, local and sustainable food, to food for children. Both the styling and photography are handled solely. Our photographer Tina Engel is in focus!
New: Amelie Niederbuchner
Amelie Niederbuchner likes it when photos do not reveal themselves right away. This is exactly what her photography plays with. Inspired by early food photography from the 60‘s and 70‘s, the photographer combines the aesthetics of the past with those of today.
The ketogenic diet could also be described as Low Carb Plus. Instead of losing weight, the primary goal is to reduce risk factors. The motto is: A lot of fat, but zero carbohydrates. Therefore, bread and pasta are taboo!