Linen Prop Giveaway & News Food & Light Food Photography Workshop





The linen giveaway has ended and congratulations to Julie, commenter #95 for winning the linens!

Summer 2011 is going to be exciting for us again in beautiful Boulder, Colorado!

Our good friend, fabulous photographer, bad-ass skier and doggie lover Jen Yu from Use Real Butter & founder of Food & Light invited us back for another intensive 2 day workshop!

This years instructor roster also includes another dear friend, person, father, husband, charcuterie meister and amazing photographer Matt Wright from Wright Food.

We’re banding together, four of us, to share and teach  Food Photography to everyone at this years workshop. This two day workshop is always small and intimate. Each of the instructors can give the valuable one-on-one time to each student.

We know how important it is to be able to work individually with students and we hope that everyone leaves more informed and inspired to take their food photography skills to another level.

The workshop includes 2 days of shooting in two different locations with gorgeous natural light.

  • Topics on camera settings and shooting in natural light will be covered.
  • Artificial light- all four of us have shot with flashes/strobes so we’ll be discussing food photography in artificial light for those of you interested.
  • Food styling, propping, and editing will be covered in either lecture or live demonstration.
  • The first venue has gorgeous natural light & we’ll have props and pretty food ready for you to practice with.
  • At the 2nd venue, which is a restaurant, we’ll have a session on lifestyle photography & photojournalism with the cook staff as our models!
  • Bring your camera, laptop, extra batteries, questions and enthusiasm because these 2 days will rock.

All four of us will be talking about many topics, so we’ll have many answers for you.

To enroll or find out more about the workshop, please visit the Food and Light website. Look forward to seeing you there!

scenes from last year’s workshop


To celebrate the love of food photography and styling, we’re doing a special little giveaway!

When used in the right way, linens provide a valuable texture to food photography. We’re always collecting great linens to use in our food photography shots and as always, it’s exciting to come across pieces that we know will work great.

We found some great hand stitched linens with delicate patterns and color that would be wonderful for Spring food shots.

What is so wonderful about these linens are that they are double sided, with two great patterns and textures in one. Each linen is so versatile!

We bought these ourselves and want to share a set of 3 linens to one lucky person!

Giveaway Rules:

  • Leave your comment below to enter the drawing for the  set of 3 linens.
  • Extra Entry: tweet this post & come back here to leave the twitter link for your 2nd comment
  • Linen Giveaway ends Sunday, February 27, 2011 at midnight PST
  • Winner will be selected by random number generator and announced back on this post on Monday, February 28, 2011

Good luck on the giveaway and hope to see you at Food & Light Boulder!

each linen has 2 sides, 2 different patterns

many more options for your food photographs

{ 200 comments… read them below or add one }
  1. Lillian

    These linens are GORGEOUS!

  2. corinne

    Olala, they look very very pretty ! would’nt mind to have them on my table 😉
    Anyway, as usual your blog is just a real pleasure to visit ! MERCI !!

  3. torviewtoronto

    first time in your lovely site
    beautiful photography and giveaway

  4. kit cox

    This looks so cool! linens are gorgeous.

  5. Becky

    New to photography, these look wonderful!

  6. Taylor

    Love the Linens! It was a blast meeting you two at last years workshop. I hope this years goes just as well!

  7. Mary

    The workshop is almost enough to convince me to stay in Colorado. Looks phenomenal!

  8. Lena Chin

    Those linens are really pretty. They would be a great addition to my kitchen. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Darla @ Bakingdom

    I sooooo want to go to the Food and Light Workshop… Hopefully, you’ll have it again next year and I can definitely go. 🙂

  10. Angie's Recipes

    Beautiful linen napkins :-)) Thanks for this nice giveaway!

  11. Liz

    I love that you are doing a giveaway (thanks!) and happen to give us some tips on how to use the items in the giveaway! Fantastic!

  12. Melinda

    I love to get my hands on the linen of cos! But I must confess the radish and tangerines really draw my attention completely–an inspirational blog!

  13. Tracy Grant

    Karunaphoto Tracy Grant
    One of my favorite food photog blogs is having a giveaway

  14. Sara

    Okay, I figured out how to get the actual link to my tweet! So please delete my comment (#182) so all is fair in the entires?!/WrapdnHappiness/status/40797696054796288

  15. UrMomCooks

    Oh how I aspire to your photographs!!! (But having a few of your props would be a start, right???)

  16. jeannette

    i would love to attend this workshop but i don’t have a fancy-shmancy camera. i use a regular old digital camera. maybe some day. -wishes-

    but those linens are gorgeous. i can’t seem to find any as pretty round these parts.

  17. Alissa

    I am sooooooooo happy that I stumbled upon your beautiful website! Thank you, thank you!

  18. Sara

    On 02-24-11 @ 8:40am tweeted by @WrapdnHappiness:
    Beautiful work and a chance to win some pretty linens–check them out!

    P.S. Sorry, I don’t know how to get the specific link to the actual tweet.

  19. Sara

    I’m thinking about attending the workshop even though I’m a beginner for sure with my dSLR….but those linens are gorgeous!

    1. White on Rice Couple

      Sara- the class is still wonderful for beginners, as we will be covering many basics as well. Hope to see you there!

  20. Haley

    I would love to win the linens. They are beautiful for spring. Thanks

  21. Christina

    The workshop sounds fun & looks interesting. I would be interested in trying one in the future. 🙂

  22. Sil

    Beautiful as always! Lovely linen too. 🙂

  23. Katie | GoodLife Eats

    These are so fresh and gorgeous!! I would love to attend Food & Light this year and am crossing my fingers that I can make it happen. I heard such great things about it last year.

  24. Victoria

    I love cloth napkins and use them at every meal. These are beautiful so I would like to be included in this giveaway.

    Thank you.

  25. Sara Ghedina

    These are simply wonderful. And double-sided! That’s (maybe) the best part.
    Your photography by the way is stunning, I’ve just discovered your website and will be a regular visitor for sure. Any plans to do a workshop in San Francisco?

    1. White on Rice Couple

      Thanks Sara,
      No immediate plans for SF, although we never know where life will lead us, and we dearly love the bay area.

  26. Joanna

    Those are beautiful linens! I would love to pose some food on them 🙂

  27. Kerry

    Love those linens. If I win, I might even be have to get my iron out of mothballs so I can iron them.

  28. Angela (Oh She Glows)

    Oh those linens are gorgeous! Thank you for the giveaway opportunity. My linens need an update for sure…I’ve stained many of them while shooting. 😉

  29. Michael Muñoz - The Gay Gourmet!™

    @TheGayGourmet Michael Munoz
    Linen Prop Giveaway & News Food & Light Food Photography Workshop… via @WhiteOnRice
    2 minutes ago

  30. Michael Muñoz - The Gay Gourmet!™

    There is nothing I like better than something that’s versatile and cute! I’m talking about these linens…don’t you get any ideas! They would show up great in my pics, especially since I’m using my 1976 35mm Pentax! and the best thing is that after I’m done taking pics I can wear one out for an evening on the town!

  31. Lori Henry

    Love your work – come up to Canada for a workshop!

  32. Laurie

    Your photos have left me longing for spring to seep into my snowy reality!

  33. Michele

    I would love to have these linens. Now convincing my husband not to mop up spilled coffee with them would be a whole new challenge.

  34. Nina

    These are really beautiful!! They would be a wonderful addition to any home…welcome spring!

  35. Laurie Jesch-Kulseth

    Gorgeous, gorgeous linens! I’m currently on a hunt for some myself. Fingers crossed that I win those! Would love to know where they are from?

  36. Cynthia

    Discovered your site from Margaret’s, and I’m so glad! I do food photography for my local farmers’ market and I’m sure to pick up many useful tips here. (If I don’t win those lovely linens, please let me and your other readers know where to purchase them — thanks!)

  37. terri

    what lovely linens! where did you find them?

  38. Erica

    Ooo, those are beautiful!

  39. Sally

    I’m sure your class will be wonderful–you are both so talented and you are generous and insightful teachers too!

  40. deeba

    Sigh… how I’d love to be at this workshop. Obviously that isn’t going to happen, so will hope for the next best thing-random pick! I would love to be entered in the giveaway. Those are some very pretty & unique linens. {I have a US shipping address}

  41. Hanna

    I am a sucker for linens. I’m always buying them up at thrift stores and antique shops.

  42. Erin

    Beautiful linens, beautiful photos.

  43. Justine

    Ah, all of this is just lovely. Thank you for sharing !

  44. Calescence

    Calescence: Food Photography & Styling Workshop via @WhiteOnRice

    Original Tweet:

  45. Calescence

    Photography + Food + Stellar Instructors / Locale = Must-do. Attempting to clear my work schedule so I can attend

  46. Taryn

    Gorgeous linen patterns and colours, they would go so well with the lovely textures and colours of the fresh Summer fruits here in Australia!

  47. Tina L.

    Pretty linens and gorgeous photography on your site! I made the umami burger for my husband and he loved it – thank you!

  48. Tracy
  49. Tracy

    Lovely linens to perk up spring food photos!

  50. Christy

    Beautiful linens! Love the light spring look!

  51. JulieD

    Love the linens! Thank you for this giveaway!

  52. Kim

    Love the linens!

  53. kate@ahealthypassion

    I have been trying to use linens more frequently in my photos yours are beautiful

  54. Joan M

    Light and bright – the linens look wonderful in your photos. Always amazed by your eye – objects appear at their best!

  55. Story

    Wonderful linens! They would benefit any food photographer. Thanl you for your generosity.

  56. Jenny

    I loved the workshop last year–such great lectures, photography time, and beautiful natural light. It sounds like you have even more in store for this year!

  57. bunkycooks

    The linens are lovely and perfect for shooting food in the Spring and Summer! The workshop sounds fantastic…so wish I could come to that one!

  58. shirley@kokken69

    I love to collect linens for photography props but have never really learnt to use them well. Thank you for demonstrating their use in your beautiful photos!

  59. amy

    Just tweeted about this giveaway and here’s the link.

    🙂 Good luck to me…and everyone else.

    Thank you again for this beautiful giveaway!

  60. amy

    Oh these linens are beautiful! I’ve been looking for something simular to thse but cound’t find them anywhere! These are perfect! I love their colors and patterns. So lovely. I’m so excited and can’t wait to use them to take pictures and post on my food blog! 🙂 I hope I will. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway.

  61. Alli

    I wish we had food specific workshops like this in NZ, interesting to see you use no bounce cards in the pix with three ladies photographing. Any ideas of good online tips for us enthusiastic Kiwi bloggers 🙂

  62. Peggy

    Beautiful…me want!

  63. Lisa

    Lovely, lovely is all that comes to mind. The clean lines are beautiful.

  64. Anna

    Lovely linens–and your photos are making me crave spring. However, I’m in Wisconsin, so I’ve got a long time before a freshly dug radish crosses my lips!

  65. Becca

    Great giveaway!

  66. Karla

    Such beautiful linens! They really do add a simple, yet beautiful element to the photographs posted. Love Love Love them! And Love the website!

  67. Ethan

    One more reason to visit Colorado in the summer 🙂

  68. Mercè

    Gorgeous linens! I wish I could join you in Colorado this summer, but unfortunately I think it’ll be impossible. 🙁

  69. Lana

    Those are beautiful! Thanks for the chance to win:) It would be so nice to attend the workshop, but I am taking the kids to visit their grandparents in Serbia in August:(

    I tweeted your post as @Bibberche

  70. Rebecca

    I have a linen obsession! I do wish you weren’t on the opposite coast, I’d jump at the chance to attend your workshop!

  71. Krista

    Gorgeous! Where can we buy them??

  72. Miss

    I tweeted the giveaway

  73. Miss

    What a great giveaway! Beautiful linens. Your photos are always so inspiring.

  74. Cookin' Canuck
  75. Sharlene

    Your photographs are always so beautiful!

  76. Cookin' Canuck

    Oh, how I wish I could make it to the workshop. Next year I’ll be first in line! These linens are so pretty. I’m always looking for new props to add life to my photos, but haven’t had great luck in the linen department.

  77. Asha@FSK

    Love the linens! They add such a great textural element in photos.

    Btw the food photography workshop is a great idea. I wish I could be part of it. Ah! but Boulder is far away from NYC…. perhaps next time!

  78. Amy

    I don’t dig on radishes but I would TOTALLY eat those ones. Lovely!

  79. Kim NEU

    Love these linens!! Love your website!!!

  80. joanne

    how can i say anything that hasn’t already been said!
    exquisite. arresting. stunning. (ok, I looked in my thesaurus!)

  81. Kelly

    What a wonderful giveaway. I love the linens. I wish I were on the West Coast, so I could take advantage of the workshop. It sounds wonderful!

  82. Lauren

    Workshop sounds great. Linens and photos are gorgeous!

  83. Julia Yates Brunet


  84. Hannah

    Oh, how I wish this event were something I could attend! Alas, the airfare from Canberra, Australia is simply too prohibitive. At least I can put my hand up for your gorgeous linens, seeing as Iown almost no props of my own yet!

  85. Erica S.

    lovely linens! i am a great fan of the hard surfaces in the pictures too! 🙂

  86. Ally

    The linens are absolutely gorgeous!

  87. Lindsay Tjarks

    This sounds so fun! What a great giveaway, too!!!

  88. Diana

    Lovely linens! Good luck on your workshop!

  89. Janet

    Just gorgeous!!! Thanks for sharing!

  90. Amanda Thompson

    You two always take the most gorgeous photos! The props are always perfectly picked and placed to make all the details pop out. Love it!

  91. Nam @ The Culinary Chronicles

    Those linens are so lovely!!

  92. Kiran

    I want to attend the workshop 🙂 Love those linens!

  93. Becky

    Wow, I’d LOVE to attend this workshop! Sounds and looks amazing!

    Great giveaway, by the way! Those are definitely perfect for versatile photos : )

  94. Mrs Ergul

    Is this giveaway open to international readers too? Anyway they are so gorgeous! And all the best to the workshop!

  95. Shaina

    I really, really want to come back to Boulder. I had such a great time at last year’s Food & Light. Gorgeous linens, too. I love that they’re double-sided.

    Thanks for being such an inspirational force in the community. Love you both!

  96. Stephanie

    I’m looking at these gorgeous photos and salivating and then at the end there is an add for how to cut down on your belly fat!!! HAHAHAHA!! I never worried about belly fat until I started photographing food. Even as I write this, I am sucking in my belly!!

  97. Robin

    Love them! So beautiful. Would love to have them.

  98. miffits

    I am crazy for cloth napkins and those are so, so, springy and pretty. Please let me know where you got them, in case I don’t win.

  99. Gwyneth

    I love linens and the variety they come in, yours are beautiful. I recently got some from my grandmother. Hand embroidery and weaving make cloth more dimensional than printing.

  100. Sprinkled with Flour

    These linens are so gorgeous:) I would love to be able to make it to this workshop, but it just won’t work for me. Maybe the linens will suffice:)

  101. Kathleen

    The linens are lovely. Any chance you’ll be doing a photography workshop in Socal in the future?

  102. Julie (Bananas for Bourbon)

    My photography skills could use all the help they can get. 🙂

  103. Billie Brownell

    Those are sweet, lovely linens. I would love to win them! And the photography is so spectacular!!

  104. Liz

    Yay for linens!

  105. Laura @ Family Spice

    What beautiful linens! I wish I could make it to Boulder. It really is a beautiful backdrop to your workshop.

  106. Cassie,

    beautiful napkins! I would love these 🙂 Going to look into the work shop too!

  107. sara

    Lovely linens – they are so pretty! Wish I were in the area so I could come to the photography class! 🙂

  108. Christine

    Such perfect linen – but the shots makes me crave the fresh produce just as much, so great work! Radish envy anyone?

  109. Tracy Grant

    I am so excited to hear about the workshop! I started following your blog after seeing photos from you being there last year 🙂 The linens are so beautiful and your images utilizing them are fantastic.
    Can’t wait to hear who wins..I am off to check out the workshop link now.

  110. viktorija

    Beautiful linens! I love the material and the colors. 😉

  111. Barbara

    Gorgeous linen. I have never seen double sided print inkitchem towels before. Great idea.

  112. Steph @Lick My Spoon

    ooh purty! i’m really need to bulk up on my food styling props…love that these have two sides to them 🙂

  113. Lydia

    Beauts they are! Nice and Rustic

  114. Yvette

    Gorgeous linens! Its amazing how they can change the entire look of a photo! Beautiful!!!

  115. Leah

    Love the linen! Are the two day workshops for experienced photographers or are they also ok for the real real beginners?

    1. White on Rice Couple

      hi leah, the class is great for real real beginners. hope to see you there!

  116. Michele

    As always, WORC killing it with the stunning photography and food.

  117. Urban Wife

    Beautiful linens! I wish the workshop wasn’t so far away from Florida. Oh and that I could take the time off work! Next time. 🙂

  118. renee

    Here is the link to our Twitter status: Happy to spread the joy!

  119. renee

    These are really beautiful. They remind me of Spring and I love how light and airy your photos are in this post! They make me feel so happy! Wish we could attend your workshop!

  120. Ben


  121. Amanda @ Something Savory

    Oh I would love to win some linens! I recently bought some that I thought were cute but realized very quickly they were way too busy to be used for food photos! I’d love to win these!

  122. Quyen - Kitchen Runway

    Such a lovely giveaway! I love the colors and the subtle linens really do add an extra pop to the pictures!

  123. Jessie Wilson

    Your photography and website are amazing! You have inspired me to start my own Victory Garden – this weekend the living rosemary hedges & raised blackberry beds are going in! Thanks for doing this giveaway 🙂

  124. Mikki

    oh wow beautiful linens! they’d really brighten up a table and photo!

  125. Kristin

    Those Are Adorable! I really should start accumulating things like that, I’m sure my handful of readers are sick of seeing my backsplash all the time… I’ll be keeping this workshop in the back of my mind too 🙂

  126. Karen

    Gorgeous! Can’t wait for the workshop too!!

  127. Lauren

    Just spread the love on twitter! @lilyellowkitchn

  128. Lauren

    Love those linens. We are working on our photography skills and these would be an excellent addition 🙂 -L

  129. Melissa

    The radish photos are fabulous!
    Makes me glad my seedlings are coming up~

  130. Chrissy

    These would be the perfect addition to our blog post pics! I hope we win them, they are so pretty!

  131. Morgan G

    How much fun does that look? What a great idea and in Boulder of all gorgeous places!

  132. The Cilantropist

    And of course, I tweeted about the giveaway. 🙂!/TheCilantropist/status/38644854921773056

  133. Tanvi

    Tweeted the giveaway!

  134. The Cilantropist

    I love those linens, the green one is especially appealing and the photos with the tomatoes I love! Of course I would like to win them, but like others have mentioned, I would also like to know where to buy them. 🙂 And I am doing my best to make it to your workshop, I had such an amazing time at the Food Shoot Out and I know the workshop will help me take it to the next level!

  135. Tanvi

    I wish I could attend workshop by you guys.But I dont fit the criterion itself.These lines looks beautiful..would love to own some.

  136. heather

    Tweeted the giveaway as well.

  137. heather

    Lovely colors and designs. They look almost antique. Thanks for offering this.



  138. Shawnda

    Tweeted (@Foodiebride)!

  139. Kim

    Beautiful linens!

    And beautiful photos. Unsure if I can afford a plane ticket to CO, so keeping fingers crossed that you’ll do one of these in Orange County.

    A girl can hope… 🙂


  140. lynn @ the actor's diet

    gorgeous linens! i’d love to win ’em! that rhymed.

  141. jackie

    loving you guys on twitter, too!!/jackiesuejones

  142. Dee

    Wow those are gorgeous!! Keep up the good work… 🙂

  143. carrian

    I love those!

  144. Serah Roberts

    I love the idea of using linens for color and texture when photographing food. These are just beautiful, too! 🙂

  145. jackie

    Lovely! I adore using good linens when I serve food in my kitchen, ecpecially with fruit or bread. They just add a special element of care I think.

  146. Casey

    These linens are beautiful! They add such a rustic, homely feel to the photographs. Wonderful!

  147. Sreelu

    Lovely linens indeed

  148. Lisa@The Cutting Edge of Ordinary

    Oh how I wish I could go to the workshop! We need a WORC East Coast baby!!
    I would love to win those beautiful linens too.
    Crossing my fingers!

  149. Jenn Fenster

    Beautiful! I would love to try to get to your workshop, I am always up for comments and instruction.Thanks for your imput!!

  150. Frances

    Love the beautiful linens and adore your site!

  151. Ana-Maria

    I’ve twitted with @anamaria_p ” Linen Prop Giveaway & News Food & Light Food Photography Workshop via @WhiteOnRice “

  152. Ana-Maria

    I love these beautiful linens. Perfect for nice photo shoots!

  153. Joyce Pinson

    Trying to photograph through a pair of bifocals brings it’s own set of challenges. I need all the help I can get….pretty linens to the rescue! Giggles

  154. Candela

    Todd & Diane :
    Your photos are so magical, pure beauty. I would love to make the workshop but I’m in Italy :/ .
    It’s always a pleasure receive your posts,so inspiring, I love cooking & baking.
    Saluti ! (sorry for my English) .. Linens are exquisite. 🙂

  155. erin

    I’ve already signed up for Food and Light- so excited!

    Those linens are beautiful!

    1. White on Rice Couple

      Erin- look forward to meeting you in August!

  156. kphipps

    Tweeted this @kphipps
    Check out this cool new workshop from White on Rice-

  157. Dmarie

    wow, lovely linens and fabulous captures of food in fine settings. thanks for this chance to win something worthwhile.

  158. Ann @ FoodieAnn's

    Tweeted it here…

  159. kphipps

    Gorgeous lines! Perfect for food photos–interesting, but doesn’t detract from food. I want!

  160. C.M. Reinhardt

    And, I shared with everyone via @CMRinLA :!/CMRInLA/status/38626609938436096

    It’s an easy thing to share great work with others.

  161. Ann @ FoodieAnn's

    Lovely Linens….I too wish I could attend the workshop….May be next year once I secure a Job…

  162. sally

    What beautiful linens! They look great in your photos!

  163. C.M. Reinhardt

    Wow! Beautiful photography, I would love to register for the workshop!

  164. veronica gonzalez

    Adore beautiful linens as a backdrop for food. Thanks for this chance to win some.

  165. Shawnda

    Ooooh, the green one is gorgeous!

  166. Maggy@ThreeManyCooks

    Those are beautiful! I could use some new stuff. For realsie. My photos are all starting to look the same.

  167. Toni

    Your photos are bing-bang awesome….a bacchanal for the brain! Thx for the inspiring text and pics.

  168. Holtnotes

    Lovely linens – I hope you will post where you located the linens for all of us that are not the fortunate winner. 🙂

  169. Nicole

    Any chance you will share where the linens are from for those of us who don’t win?
    Also, I am really hoping to attend Food and Light, but I am afraid it is going to fill up before next Friday (pay day). If it doesn’t, I’ll be there.

  170. Krista Vossler

    these are beautiful!

  171. Carolyn Binder

    Linen Prop Giveaway & News Food & Light Food Photography Workshop via @WhiteOnRice

  172. Carolyn Binder

    I love linens almost as much as I love my garden. Almost!


  173. Brandon

    Here is my second entry on Twitter:!/brandiego/status/38616683459514368

    You can find me @brandiego


  174. Brandon

    I would love to win those linens 🙂 So pretty.

  175. RH

    Ooh, I love those radish photos!

  176. Emily @ Darby O'Shea

    I would dearly love some of these gorgeous linens, especially since I can’t make it to F&L!

  177. Michelle

    I would love to go! And the linens are pretty!

  178. Vania Georgieva

    And now I´m sad, because the event is so far away from my country. Gorgeous linens!

  179. Rona Y

    Beautiful linens!

  180. Hannah

    It’s so hard to find good linens for photography, I would be thrilled to get a hand with the hunt! I would have signed up for that class in a heartbeat, too, if only I wasn’t firmly planted on the east coast for the time being…

  181. ladywild

    Wow, the linens are beautiful.

  182. Lindsay

    Beautiful. I say you can never have too many linens! 🙂

  183. jenna laughs

    Beautiful! I would love to go to the workshop (I am researching it now!) and would love these linens. So soft and lovely.

  184. Lindsay @ The Lean Green Bean

    gorgeous linens!! i want them 🙂

  185. melissa @IWasBornToCook

    Beautiful linens! Pictures look great!

  186. Lauren at KeepItSweet

    Those linens are so pretty!

  187. Lael Hazan @educatedpalate

    Love the linens, the textures, and the shots! Oh I would love to join you this summer, I’m going to see if I can arrange my schedule! It would be splendid and I know I have SO much to learn!

  188. Phoo-d

    Gorgeous linens! I wish I could join you all in Boulder this summer. (The workshop was SO great last year I would go again in a second!) Unfortunately I’ll be a little tied up this summer with the soon-to-arrive bambino. Hopefully next year!

  189. Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets

    Beautiful linens and beautiful shots! I really badly wanted to go to that workshop last year but couldn’t afford it. Now that I’m a student again, I can afford it even less, but please continue doing it and I’ll try to save up :).

  190. Alison

    Wow! I was just thinking yesterday about needing to get some linens to add a little variety to my photo backgrounds (for the food photos–the water buffalo don’t get linens as props!). The radish photos above are stunning–they truly are a work of art.

  191. Amanda @ Easy Peasy Organic

    PS. Just re-tweeted you on @EasyPeasyOrganc

  192. Amanda @ Easy Peasy Organic

    Oh love, love. Light and linens. Happiness-inducing!

    I would *love* to attend … but I’m another international gal … so will have to save up 🙂

  193. Sandra A.

    Love those linens! They are perfect to give my foodphotography a boost!

  194. Miriam/The Winter Guest

    The linens are plain gorgeous… specially set on that mute white background. I wonder if you ship to Europe. And I wish the workshop was a little bit closer to my place 😉

  195. Jenn

    Such gorgeous linens! I wish I could make it out to the US to attend your workshop…. maybe next year!

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