The photography brand is promoting its name as well as analogue film by launching film-themed noodles, encouraging purchasers to share photos of their eats on social media
Lose It! using its database and image-recognition technology to capture and streamline the meal-logging process
#dinnercam explores how connectivity is changing our everyday lives in public spaces.
Australian still life stylist Sonia Rentsch has created mealtime masterpieces that capture the motions surrounding food.
This series of food installations for startup 'FoodThrottle' displays ingredients in a graphical arrangement.
Natural and man-made disasters ruin beautiful meals in this series by husband and wife duo Davide Luciano and Claudia Ficca.
WiseGeek has created a gallery of fruit, vegetables, sweets, cakes, and drinks, to show the varying portion sizes.
'In The Raw' has posted fake notices that direct people to a website featuring tasty food photos.
The recent surge in food photography as a popular means of checking in with peers on social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and personal blogs, in many ways appears to be the digital equivalent of sitting down to a meal with friends and loved ones.