Food and products A selection of food and products photographed with artificial light, either in studio or on location. This pizza is decorated with edible flowers (flowers you can eat), as well as asparagus, cured ham and yellow cherry tomatoes (“pacchetelli”). Italian and neapolitan style quite a problem: a coffee cup stuck into a tea mug! They are perfectly matching in shape. Large depth of focus (field) Spaghetti with clams and seafood, in a square elegant plate. Spaghetti is traditionally eaten as a first course in Itaian cuisine Unusual margherita pizza, where some tomatoes are yellow. Thick crust in the Neapolitan style. Amazingly good pizza margherita, in a simple white plate on a wooden table “Pacchetelli” is the name of a variety of cherry tomatoes coloured in yellow, and they come from the Naples’ area, the same that gave birth to the Neapolitan pizza. “Ziti” is an Italian pasta shape consisting of a long tube. Here they are served with tomato and asparagus in a typically spring-time recipe pane buono, pane vero, come quello sfornato a La Panacea di Ghezzano Spaghetti with clams and seafood, shallow focus. Spaghetti is traditionally eaten as a first course in Itaian cuisine Elegant serving of a fresh lobster with red rice segments of deer horns are highly prized as dog toys. Dogs love to chew on them. The image shows a segment of horns, with a clear cross section cut. Trabeculae are visible and in focus. Tilted plane of focus (only the cross section is in focus) Set of teapot and small cup on bright yellow background. Digital grain. Many objects of daily use have a very short lifespan by design. In some cases, this cannot be avoided, such as in garments that are meant to fit somebody are some animal who is growing up. Combined with the fact that most of these objects are of low resale value, this leads to the disposal of still functional items and ultimately to excessive waste. A simple dog harness, designed to puppies that will eventually grow in size, is one of such examples.