Every dining department has one — an album of snapshots taken of plate presentations, catering displays, special event offerings and other past culinary creations. Often, these photos were taken because the subject matter represented some of best the department has offered. But in most cases, the quality of the photography is poor-to-middling at best. Capturing attractive images of food is one of the more difficult specialties in the photography world. The truth is that the ...

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