Pinterest is the go to place for visual inspiration. Virtually every creative person and and would-be art critic has a presence there, blogging and re-blogging images of every conceivable subject. Ironically, all of that digital noise can make finding the truly good stuff hard to find in the chaos. That’s why Resource dove in head first to find 10 awesome food photography boards on Pinterest to help keep you inspired.

10 Awesome Food Photography Boards On Pinterest

10. Food Glorious Food

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For food that just plain old looks good, check out the Food Glorious Food Pinterest board. Created by freelance graphic designer, Mia McDonald, Who clearly has a taste for sharp images, the board’s more than 1.5 million followers can attest to her eye for attractive images.

 

9. Threaded Basil

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This isn’t the first time Resource has recognized creator Sarah Kieffer for her eye for food photography. Her personal work on The Vanilla Bean Blog made our list of top food photography blogs in our most recent issue. The Threaded Basil board is the place where one of our favorite food photographers collects the images that inspire her.

 

8. Food Photography Styling

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The Pinterest board Food Photography Styling is about more than good food; it’s about good food looking good. Created by a photographer and food stylist, the images on this board are united by a dramatic, very purposely created look. This is board where food photography meets noir style.

 

7. Recipes, Food & Drink

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Recipes, Food & Drink is a photographic glimpse into foodie heaven. The Pinterest board is filled with quiet images of drinks and desserts, powerful in their simplicity. Many of the subjects are set against deep blue or black backgrounds giving them a look like they’ve just drifted out of the ether.

6. Lovely Food II

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Created by the Copenhagen-based photography and stylist, Tina Brok Hansen, Lovely Food II is a collection of clean, elegant images. Currently followed by just over 12,000 people, Lovely Food II is Hansen’s follow-up board to her Lovely Food Pinterest board.

5. F O O D

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F O O D, the Pinterest board is the board run by the creative mind who does not mince words. The board focuses on images with a heavy use of white space and a single subject format.

 

4. Delicious

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Created by a modern renaissance woman, Delicious features images as mouthwatering as the food itself. The Pinterest board is comprised mainly of studio shots, bright color splashed against white but on location images have their place here as well.

3. Eat Drink and be Merry

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Eat Drink and be Merry was created by the creative mind of Elise Joseph. The Pinterest Board has over a million followers all coming to see inspiring images of food from all corners of the world. The board features everything from appetizers to desserts and influences from a wide range of culinary schools. That variety is reflected in the photography as well. Elise Joseph doesn’t settle into a style, rather her board flows seamlessly from one look to another.

2. Foods

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Created by Jennifer Hagler, Foods focuses on lights and darks. The Pinterest board reflects Haglers own work with stark contrasts and minimal use of color. The dark and gloomy nature of the collection somehow serves to make the food in the images more appetizing.

 

1. Food Photography 

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The simply titled Pinterest board, Food Photography, promises to take on a wide field and it delivers on that. The board features a collection of images as diverse as the subject itself. It’s a fantastic place to scroll through, wide-eyed and unfocused, getting inspired and taking in a stream of constantly shifting images.