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What kind of tools do I need?

A metal box for carrying all your equipment.

Large canvas bags for groceries.

Check out the kitchen where the shoot is to be in advance.

Or you might need to carry your own pots and pans.

Knife Kit

Roast beef slicer

Chefs Knife

Boning knife

Cake & Bread Knife

Paring Knife

Pie knife

Palette knives

Kitchen Scissors

Surgical Scissors

Poultry Shears

Vegetable peeler

Lemon peeler

Scraper

Tweezers

Spatulas

Wooden and metal

Pancake

Cake lifting

Slotted

Touching up & Ceaning Items

Cotton SwabsCloth Steamer
Q- tips

Paper Towels

Glass Cleaner

Skewers
Tooth picks
Bamboo and Metal

Barbeque Skewers

Sculpture tools for detail work

Brushes

Small/ Large

Basting Brush

Tooth Brush

Pastry Brush

Spritzers & Sprayers

Spray bottles
Eye droppers

Food Stuffs

Glycerine

Corn Syrup

Oil

Food Colouring

Gelatine (Thickener)

Lemon Juice

Fruit and Vegetable Freshener

Miscellaneous

Gloves

Timer

Putty or clay (to keep food in place)

Blow Torch
Mixer / Electric Beater
Pastry Bags and Nozzles

Straws

Glue

Can opener

Safety pins

Wire whisk

Meat Thermometer

Measuring tape

Measuring spoons

Measuring Cups

Band Aids

Matches & Lighter

Tongs

Spagetti Tongs






IACP International Association of Culinary Professionals,

http://www.iacp.com/
Food Photographers
Local Magazines/ Publishers, check for credits

Who teaches food styling courses?

Culinary Institute of America,
New York ,NY
(941) 452-9600
http://www.ciachef.edu

Books on Food Styling Currently out of print

Food Photography and Styling
John F. Carafoli
1515 Broadstreet
Amphoto, New York, NY


Stylist Organizations

A.S.C. (212) 255-1120
D.M.A.S. (214) 321-1924