Photisserie … Food Photography in the best way possible


Via B:Studio I met Kathrin Koschitzki and ever since we had email contact I am following everything this German lady does. She is so inspiring … her pictures, her thoughts about food and her styling are just totally up my alley … wow I ‘m jealous wishing i could make things like this.

PHOTISSERIE is the name of Kathrin’s blog and here she shows the  culinary adventures and discoveries of the photographer and Patissière ‘Kathreinerle’ … i loved this “Peas’ series but you must have a look at the Caramel and foret-noire series too…                                  Read More >>>




After her study in Germany in France Kathrin now works as a freelance photographer in Munich and specializes in foodphotography. I am seriously considering ordering some of her Fine Art prints here at Editions. Do you love her work too?


..Kathrin Koschitzki

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Chloe

    Oh wow! That is the most astoundingly beautiful photography. I really love the shirt with pea buttons on her website.

    So inspiring, Thank you.

  2. Dear Demoiselle

    This is the most delicious I’ve seen from a food photographer in a while – and the most creative. For instance, I loved the shirt with the pea buttons and the red currant ring on her blog!

  3. arnela.o

    I like it a lot! I have food and photography blog to so am always happy to see someone elese blog:)

    regards from Slovenia!

  4. abercrombie Outlet

    I like your work, This is the most delicious I’ve seen from a food photographer in a while – and the most creative. thank you for sharing article!

  5. Sarah

    Wow, these are gorgeous. I have serious photography envy! They make food look beautiful but also real, alive, and not precious. Great work!

  6. yael

    i though everything was said & done about food photography. so original, so sensual and with such humor. really amazing :) thanks

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