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Best Food Porn: Matt Bites 

Thursday, Jun 9 2011
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Food photography is nowhere near as easy as Matt Armendariz makes it look. Just ask any of the countless food bloggers who tweet iPhone pics of every meal. Armendariz’s food photos are so bright, so crisp, so ... pardon us while we wipe the saliva off our keyboard. This is a guy who can make corn dogs look heroic, and in front of his lens an ordinary berry pie is elevated to apotheosis.  

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