Located in Plymouth, MA, Ed Nute has over 30 years of experience shooting commercial product, food and portrait photography.
Available for in-studio or on-location photo shoots, Ed can be booked by the hour, half-day and full-day.
For more information or a free quote, call 508-746-9120 or contact me
Creative Studio Photography. I’ve been growing these peppers in my studio in Plymouth MA. Had to shoot them before consuming them. Always looking for different lighting Styles.Strong light source from right. Great to have a studio to play in. Read More
Local Heirloom Tomatoes Burrata, Aged Balsamic, Dehydrated Basil at Mirbeau Inn & Spa Plymouth MA. Created by Master Chef Stephen Coe. The Spa opened last week. Their web site is mirbeau.com I’ve been having a blast shooting there. Shooting some night photos this week. Read More
Deconstructed Lavender Cheesecake Mirbeau Inn & Spa. This dessert was created by Master chef Stephen Coe at Mirbeau Inn and Spa in Plymouth MA. Mirbeau will be opening late this summer. This food photo is for an upcoming article in Boston Common Magazine. Read More
Cooking with Smoke, with Master Chef Stephen Coe, Stephen has been perfecting this cooking with smoke presentation for awhile. Very cool. He infuses flavored smoke to the plating of food at your table. First you eat with your eyes. Second your nose. Third dig in!!! Stephen is Master Chef at Mirbeau Inn & Spa Plymouth MA. Read More
Cherry Agonolotti with Chef Stephen Coe. Always great to shoot with my friend Master Chef Stephen Coe. This food photo is for the Mirbeau Inn & Spa in Plymouth MA. They open soon. The photo will appear in the upcoming issue of Boston Common Magazine. Read More
Creative Food Photography Back Lighting. I find when I’m shooting food. Strong side or back lighting works well. It seems to push the food forward. Fill in the front with a lower power soft box. Or trusty white foam core. This is Caesar Salad with croutons. Enjoy Read More
Sometimes you don’t need Studio lighting for your food photo. Had great available light for this food shot. Big store front window. Bounced some light in the front with white foam core. Nice soft light. Keep it simple. This photo was for South Shore Living Magazine awhile ago. The restaurant was in Plymouth. Sadly it’s gone now. Had good food. Read More
I love photographing food in my studio in Plymouth Ma. We start with a wide shoot. Usually about 45 degrees looking down. Then I like go in tight. My studio buddy Shea Baker from 3thought calls it “The Sexy Shots”. I may have been a little too close on this one. But I kind of like it. Read More