In more ways than one that is 🙂
I was recently introduced to Arva – a great food lover and reviewer as I found out later, but a great blogger to begin with!
I saw her blog and was blown away by the detail that each post covered with respect to the food, the behind-the-scenes look and all the intense detail that is every single compositing factor in a recipe! She takes great photographs (still need to find out what she uses to capture those moments!) and displays it with style!
Now this style is not limited to only her blogging style or the way she presents her photographs or her taste preferences… but her blog has also been tastefully designed!
Using basic wordpress.org, with an OS theme in the form of Sandbox, Autofocus and a penchant for all things beautiful, her blog just oozes simplicity, and just impresses me no end. I like her use of simplicity in every manner possible, and it becomes a part of the review and the way she addresses most things!
Do read her blog and send her your bouquets or send me your brickbats 🙂
This is such a huge compliment Partha – left me totally speechless with joy to see a reader commend my blog so highly! Thank you.
To answer your question on the camera, I switched into the DSLR category last April (2010) – bought a Canon D50, and for my food shots, I mostly use a 100mm macro (great for home setups) or more recently, a 50mm 1.4 (great for low-right restaurant scenes).
Thank you thank you thank you – my ego is already invincible, and it’s now threatening to burst with joy after reading this! 😉