May 31, 2014

A styling & photography workshop with Dagmar's Kitchen + foraging with Stadssallad



Last weekend me and my brother David went to Gothenburg to attend our very first photography and styling workshop. The workshop was held by the lovely and talented Sonja from Dagmar's Kitchen. I really admire Sonja's photography style and her styling skills and I wanted to take the chance to learn more about it. First we went on a foraging tour with Klara Hansson from Stadssallad to learn about all the fantastic edible plants and flowers you can find in your surrounding environment. I was surprised I must say, at how many plants and flowers are actually edible.





As I said before, I've never attended I workshop like this. It was incredibly inspirational to meet both Klara and Sonja and they are so passionate at what they do. And of course, all the other lovely ladies who attended the workshop! Hope to see you again soon!


Klara speaking passionately about this plant which I can't remember the name of. It looks a lot like fern but it's not. I do remember how to tell them apart though, and how and when to eat them!


Sonja's simple styling, she is so good at making the most simple things look amazing!


Edible greens


Sonja's setup. The light in her kitchen is amazing! Ok, her whole house is amazing.


Our foraged greens


Time for dessert! Sonja made a delightful vegetarian vanilla pannacotta which we then styled in teams.

I forgot to take a picture of the beautiful table setting before everyone arrived. This was just after the "fika" coffee and gluten free rhubarb cake. I probably ate that last piece too.


And some pictures documented with my iPhone...


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22 comments:

  1. Wow. It seems like you had the most amazing workshop! I admire the work of both of you, and to see both talents working together in these pictures...wow. Wish I were there!

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  2. looks like such a great workshop..wow!
    in love with all those pictures.
    x
    laura&nora

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  3. Great workshop, wish i could attend it... and great photos as always! Xxx

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  4. tolle Fotos, wunderschön^^
    Ich liebe vintage und weißen Landhausstil

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  5. THis seems to have been so good!!
    http://bloglairdutemps.blogspot.pt/

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  6. This is something I love watching, preparing and photographing. Absolutely love this post!

    Hana

    www.journeyintolavillelumiere.com

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  7. Your layout and photos are always just so beautiful! Can't get enough!!
    http://elizabeth-erin.blogspot.com/

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  8. Lovely photos and lovely props <3

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  9. I love these photos and think a workshop sounds amazing!

    http://the-globe-trot.blogspot.com

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  10. OMG!!!!! I wish we had workshops like these where I stay! This seems like a wonderful experience!!!!! Love the styling for the panna cotta! So simple and artistically pleasing! Loveddddd it!

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  11. SÅ fint Linda! Fantastiska bilder - panna cottan ser grym ut med din styling! Så roligt att se sina egna "ytor" och grejer användas av andra. Hoppas vi ses snart igen! Stor kram

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  12. Beautiful photos! I wish I could have done a workshop like this one!
    Very inspiring :)

    Marianna | www.impressionblend.com

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  13. The workshop sounds great! I love all the pictures you took there. Especially those green herbs, so fresh and beautiful!

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  14. Looks like an absolutely wonderful time, and such beautiful photos as always :)

    I really like foraging, I tried it for the first time this past fall in Oregon with my uncle and ended up with buckets of chantarelle mushrooms, it was glorious! And edible flowers are just always wonderful, they add such a special touch to dishes.

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  15. Looks like a great workshop. Wish I could have been there. You must have had a blast. Yours and Sonja's work are amazing, you are both so talented.

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  16. So so beautiful!! You are such an amazing photographer and cook!

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  17. Hej!
    Jag älskar din blogg och dina foton! Har du några fototips för en glutenfri bakblogg?

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    1. Tusen tack! Det kommer lite fototips i min nya bok faktiskt! Där kanske du kan hitta något matnyttigt :-)

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  18. Hej! Har en fråga om förvaring.... Gjorde en av dina chokladtårtor till en födelsedag för ett tag sedan och tänkte göra några till nu till en namnfest för vår son. För att inte stå med allt samma dag som festen, går det att baka bottnarna, frysa in en vecka, låta tina och lägga ihop tårtan?

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    1. Hej! Det går alldeles utmärkt att göra så :-)

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  19. linda, i missed this post!! what a fantastic experience! i love how natural everything looks, and how cool to learn all about the edible plants and flowers in your region... so fun! (PS, you could certainly teach a styling workshop or two of your own! ;)

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