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TARTINE AFTERHOURS, PART II

Hello, friends! Here’s a selection of images from Samin Nosrat’s most recent Tartine Afterhours. If you’d like to see some front of house images, you can take a gander at a few from a dinner I attended last year. This time around, I hid out in the kitchen most of the evening. It was SO FUN. And inspiring. I’m amazed by the stamina of people who spend their evenings in kitchens. It’s hard work. Thanks for letting me hang out, Samin!

  • NicoleD - The carrots are gorgeous! Oh!ReplyCancel

  • charlotte au chocolat - love that shot of the peeled carrots!ReplyCancel

  • susan - Oolalalala! What scrumptious photo images! I looked around for the brand/model of camera used but found nothing. (a secret?)ReplyCancel

  • Holly Bingham - Wow!Everything looks great, but I especially like the potential of the tart.. Is that spinach?ReplyCancel

  • Kimberley - @susan! Not a secret at all – I use a Canon 5d Mark ii and mostly the 24-70/2.8 lens.
    @Holly: That tart is called a torta pasqualina! Samin talks about it a little more on her website if you follow the Tartine Afterhours link. And yes, spinach!ReplyCancel

  • sandra - Your eye for color and composition is so stunning and inspiring.ReplyCancel

  • dramatic pancake - Gorgeous photos. What vibrant colors!ReplyCancel

  • susan - Many thanks for your info Kimberley! I know that capturing a great image has more to it than just the equipment(but..rock on,Canon 5d!)…it’s apparent that YOU have an exceptionally gifted eye. (You even made the lady’s arm look tasty!)
    Thanks for sharing AND thanks to David Lebovitz for putting you on his Facebook faves!ReplyCancel

  • Cookie and Kate - What an experience! Sometimes I miss the fast-paced work in restaurants and want to trade my computer job for it.ReplyCancel

  • SG - oh man… those carrots are making my eyes salivate!ReplyCancel

  • Brian @ A Thought For Food - Having shot in a few restaurants recently, I am now finally getting a sense of how to take photos in these compact kitchens. It really is amazing the treats they’re able to prepare in these spaces. Your photos, Kimberley, bring you into the heart of this dinner.ReplyCancel

  • kayenne - those veggies just look beautiful!

    and the pastry docker! i love it!ReplyCancel

  • Irene - Wow, so beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • renee - Really gorgeous stuff Kimberley! I’m so planting purple carrots this year.ReplyCancel

  • la domestique - Beautiful photos- I love the moments you captured. Sure the produce is great, but the energy and concentration of a kitchen crew at work really comes through in the images.ReplyCancel

  • Ashley - Stunning photos!!!ReplyCancel

  • MikeVFMK - As someone who worked in restaurants for the good part of my life, it’s always nice to see someone else’s perspective from behind the scenes. And cramped kitchens often produce the most amazing results. Loved this. What a treat that must have been.ReplyCancel

  • Rebecca - Those carrots are just gorgeous!!ReplyCancel

  • Vania - Tartine is by far one of my favourite places in the world! To die for.
    Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos. I like that you had the opportunity to do this. Yumtastic!ReplyCancel

  • Laura {gourmettenyc} - What beautiful photos! I particularly love the photos of the carrots – so colorful.ReplyCancel

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