I live in England, in a place called Surrey which is near London.
I became vegan almost 2 years ago and since then, all my recipes are vegan-friendly but you may still come across one or two old recipes that are not.
Please do not post my recipes or photographs without my permission (social sharing and pinning is fine!) Also, I allow the use of one photo and a link to my recipe for round-ups, you don’t need to ask permission for this. For all other uses, contact me first.
I know adverts can be a little bit annoying sometimes but without them on my site, I would not be able to afford to run it. Testing recipes can be expensive and the money I earn from ads, just about covers those costs, allowing me to create more free content for you!
I’ve gotten asked this a few times so I’m going to write a post about it. Check back soon.
Short answer: Yes, you can definitely make money blogging BUT it’s hard work and it takes time. I will do a short guide on this soon!
I use a Canon 5D Mark ii which I bought second hand off eBay and love dearly. I mainly use a 50mm lens but sometimes a 24-105mm too.
I use Adobe Lightroom to edit my photos and often I use Adobe Photoshop too, for adding text and cleaning up marks. I love Lightroom because it allows me to quickly import RAW files and bulk edit. I also sometimes use VSCO filters.
I love using natural light and 99% of my photos are shot in front of a window. However, thanks for dark Winters in England, I sometimes have to resort to artificial lighting. I also use artificial lighting for some videos or different types of photography.
There are so many excellent resources out there nowadays, including books, courses (online and in person) but the most important thing is to practise. Practise as much as you can using different lighting, props, backgrounds etc.
Look on Pinterest for food photography inspiration and find what works best for you.