Cut food photography by Beth Galton and Charlotte Omnes


In the words of Homer Simpson ‘mmmm cross sectional food’


Cut Food, an interesting, yummy and funny collaborative project by creative photographers Beth Galton and Charlotte Omnes. The cut food project exposes real life cross sectional views of our food, from noodles to coffee its all there. If you have ever wondered what those noodles looked like in a side view now you know. Or if you have ever admired the marbling effect of pouring milk into coffee but wanted to see the side view, now you can. See the images below – there great!


Some foods are easier to cut than others but non solid foods aka soups and coffees needed a little manipulation to capture the image. Using gelatin the liquids could be solidified to hold their form and be cut while at the same time providing beautiful imagery.




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