To all the Freekeh lovers out there, here is an ancient Middle-Eastern Freekeh Recipe for you to try to indulge with.
It is incredible how this world works, trend is in everything. One day it is all about Quinoa the next day it is all about Freekeh. But if you are Middle-Eastern (Palestinian, Jordanian, Syrian, Egyptian, Lebanese), Freekeh has been always around. In this blog post, I will be sharing some information about Freekeh, its benefits followed by an ancient Middle-Eastern recipe that I am sure most of you will drool over.
Click on the picture for the full recipe. Sahtein
Food styling workshop with Bashar Alaeddin was truly brilliant and useful for me, specially that am already working on my second project that is all about FOOD.
With Bashar I have learnt various tips and techniques that I wish to share with you 🙂
Natural light is your best friend in food photography. – Bashar Alaeddin
Please feel free to check out my blog post by clicking on the photograph below and learn the best from the best on Food styling & photography. 🙂
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Ramdan – Day 1 – Mansaf
Grateful I am for having a wonderful Mother, and chef, I decided to put together a Food Photography Project during the Holy month of Ramadan where I will transform her cooking art to work of art blog posts to share with the world some of her secret recipes, the art of Arabian cooking and what good food does to our soul.
SUZIE|S KITCHEN first recipe is Mansaf – The famous Traditional Jordanian Dish. Please have a look, try the recipe out and leave me your comments. 🙂
Dance in Motion was one of the best workshops I have attended to learn about photography, I learnt about shutter speed, focus, movement, capturing moments and having fun with photography.
In my post below you can learn some of the tips and tricks I have learnt from Ali Saadi; one of the top photographers in Jordan. Ali is known for his best moments captured in wedding and concert events.
I am sure his tips will help you understand photography better. Enjoy and click on the photo to be redirected 🙂
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Secrets on Street Portrait photography.
1- You should always know why you are taking the photo before you take it. Knowing how you wish the result to look like will help you capture the perfect photograph.
This is he first tip I learned from Laith Majali; one of the best Jordanian photographers. Below is one of my favorite street portrait picture captured during my workshop with Laith. Please click on it to view more photographs captured by myself and learn the tips and tricks taught by Laith Majali.
Leave me your comments 🙂
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