ing services. Together we built The Qui Ingredient Website. An in-depth site with many blog features to keep her readers entertained for hours while still educating and showing off her best work. We even added in a “prop shop” to her website where she can share her favourite styling tools with other photographers. This not only cuts down the number of “where did you get that” questions but will also earn her a nice bit of affiliate revenue as well. I would say her new website is a necessary resource for those interested in food photography and styling. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, there is something for everyone here!
Side note: My personal advice, never work on a website for a recipe developer while you are pregnant. Spending days looking at the most amazing pictures of food will give you the strangest cravings, but you're too sick to eat. Torture! haha.