Prime rib story for the New York Times

In today’s Food section of the New York Times I photographed a few of the examples of restaurants serving prime rib, including the lead image. I photographed both at Burger & Barrel and Mission Chinese Food. If you’re into prime rib as a cut of steak I think you’d be pretty pleased with either place and their offering.

This was the lead image shot at Burger & Barrel of their prime rib with all the sides and sauces.

prime rib photo


Beautiful Mehndi Designs - Aww Rib, Umm yeah, that’s what a real treat looks like.

Wedding photographer Melbourne - Oh wow, that looks pretty awesome. Wow, it’s 9.12am and I’m so hungry for prime rib right now … :-)

wideofilmowanie lublin - Its look too much tasty!

Porozumienie bez przemocy - Wow, I’m impressed. Incredible quality! You inspired my wife to take some pictures of our kitchen.

photographer york pa - I can almost pick that of the photo it looks soooo good

Jermaine Naidoo - Now that is a meal fit for a King!

Kamil Rumiński - Great composition, very a tasty picture :)

Girls Fashion - Great food and spice in photography. Your talent is admireable. Thanks for sharing nice post.

Louis - So hungry right now! Awesome shot!

Rob - Just about to embark on a food photography workshop – great inspiration here – well done, if you’ll pardon the pun 😉

Simple Clocks - Wow these are great. We are looking into product photography at the moment and cant seem to get the hang of it. Is flash necessary?

Nottingham wedding photographer - Looks so tasty, how did you light the photo? Did you use a video light above? Rob

Cosme, New York

One of my favorite meals of 2014 was at Cosme, a beautiful new Mexican restaurant in New York City. I had dinner here once and was really impressed from the fresh crudo dishes we had to the meticulous made tortillas. The duck carnitas presented here was photographed for the review that you can see here on Eater. I’m excited to try this place again and definitely would love to go photograph there again.

Cosme NYC

Looking forward to 2015

I realized the other day that I haven’t been using this website very much lately. Over the past 2 years I’ve really been focusing my energy on food photography and have in turn been booking less weddings and referring them to other photographers. I haven’t taken any weddings for 2015 but who knows, I’m not opposed to doing the right one when something cool comes along (anyone getting married someplace like Bali feel free to hit me up!). But I figured I should mention my food photography here more often since I’ve had this blog for a few years now and I never use it. You can see a lot of what I’ve been photographing the past year and see some articles about me on

I don’t want to remove all these wedding images I’ve made through the years so until I figure out a solution I’m going to keep this blog in tact and you can scroll through images below to see mostly wedding work over the past few years. Maybe I will post some new food posts when I can here.  I really enjoyed all those weddings I photographed and working with all of these beautiful couples.

I’ve been having a great ride this year meeting a ton of new people through the photography world. If you know me personally you know I’m a bit obsessed right now with my @danielkrieger instagram. That’s where you can see what I’m up to both in my travels and photography. The community of talented, driven, enthusiastic people using this instagram tool is amazing. I feel that I’m currently making some of my best images using my iPhone and posting to instagram. In 2014 I saw an image I photographed on the cover of the dining section of the New York Times that I took with my phone.. that seems crazy to me but I love it!

I’ve also have a new found love for my girl Lady J. She’s such an amazing talent and has taught me more than anyone I know. Here’s a few random food photos from shoots this year and I’m excited to see what 2015 holds.

Film wedding portraits

One of my favorite things to do at a wedding is to use my Hasselblad, an older manual film camera which shoots medium format 6x6cm film. There’s a quality to the images it produces that makes me (and my clients) happy. I love the fact you really need to take your time framing, metering, and manually focusing on your subject. I of course love my digital cameras but the chance to shoot a few frames with a film camera is something I’ve always enjoyed. Here’s a couple images from a truly beautiful wedding I recently photographed in Connecticut.

film wedding photography


Fotos Boda - Wow! Film is not dead! Go for it!

Lindsay - These pictures are really lovely — I love the soft backgrounds, nature is a beautiful backdrop.

Adam - Stunning photos!

Louis Blythe Photography - Some great shots in here. I love the idea of shooting more film portraits at weddings.

Douglas Fry - I completely agree – film is a fantastic way to shoot.

Cassandra ~ Aruba Photographers - Love the results. These are beautiful! Great job doing all this manually.

Fotografia ślubna Toruń - Great framing. I see that I need to change in my pictures.

Chris Snowden - Wedding Photographer - Amazing camera… haven’t used one in years. Pure nostalgia!

Paul Pope - Simply real! Great colours Daniel. Love my Contax G2.

Christopher Steven B. Photography - I guess because I associate photographing weddings with working quickly, it has always seemed like some impossible dream to photograph in MF. The photo of the couple is especially fantastic.

Brian Minson - Love the film!!!

style pk - Excellent job. Great work by danielkrieger. I really seen such bridal ever. thanks for sharing.

fotografo de boda - Beautiful work

Martin Cheung - Nottingham Wedding Photographer - Wow, loving the look & feel of film

Black Bull Photography - Cracking photos. Can certainly see the quality f the Hassleblad.

photographer in Harrisburg, PA - Amazing work! There’s just something about film!

Milosz W - lovely pictures. Nothing better than 120 film

Victoria Christophe - Wow! these pictures are amazing.

Moo Jae - The photos are awesome. Modern yet classy. They are so vibrant. I’m going to shoot NYC wedding photos next week and this inspires me.

Instagram wedding photography

For anyone who checks my wedding website here, you might have noticed that I haven’t updated in a long long time. I’ve been very busy traveling and photographing a lot of food recently, working on cookbooks and shooting for several food based publications (such as Bon Ap and Food&Wine). I’m still photographing a good amount of weddings especially with the summer season approaching. I’ve been dabbling with instagram a lot recently and you can see more of my work through my account @danielkrieger

This specific image was shot with my iPhone last week (as all of my work featured on my instagram account is). Amy looked amazing with her vintage style dress and veil at her Brooklyn wedding at the Liberty Warehouse.


New York Wedding

Cassandra - Aruba Weddings - Totally awesome! Especially by an iPhone!!!

London Wedding Photographer - Great to see you posting again. This is fantastic. Shows what a good photographer can achieve when they’ve mastered light. It’s not about having the best sensor or the sharpest lens!

Lindsay - Her dress is so beautiful!

Elusive Visions Wedding Photography - I rarely check out other wedding photographers websites, but your work never fails to amaze!

Fotografia ślubna Toruń - The left side of photo great complements.

Manicure Art - Never seen such photo. Great fashion for bridal. Looking very cute.

Moo Jae - So classy! The composition is very nice, as well as the lighting (considering also that it was shot in iPhone). Truly an artist!

ALMA // - Just WOW! the colours are so amazing.. what a wedding