Food Pairings, Literally Paired

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13th Feb, 2013

I would imagine it’s pretty frustrating for food photographers these days with everyone signed up to Instagram thinking they’re a natural. Kyle Dreier‘s new project, Pairings however, puts him in a whole different league. A wonderfully original idea, Kyle actually makes food photography into a real art, rather than just something that makes you hungry. Damn it! It also makes me hungry…

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