These 25 color palettes have been inspired by the beautiful food photography from Rachel Korinek at Two Loves Studio.
Rachel’s work has been featured in a range of magazines and publications all over the world including Bride Magazine, Woolworths, Huffington Post, West Elm, Nourish Magazine, Robert Gordon, Decor8, Aldi and more. You can read more about her photography and training resources for food photographers at the bottom of this article.
If you’re looking for RGB, CMYK and HEX codes, please check out the printable PDF color guide, which includes all 25 color palettes and the codes for each color.
I’ve created a PDF version of these palettes that you can download from my store. It includes keywords and color suggestions to help you find the right palette for your project. It also includes the RGB, CMYK and HEX codes to help you match the colors on your own computer. There’s space to test your own pencils, paints or markers against each color at the bottom.
Get 250 color palettes in an interactive format that you can use on your tablet or mobile device for instant access to a library of color inspiration with The Color Catalog. Browse by color, keyword or collection and find the perfect color palette in just a few taps.
What’s your favorite color from these food color palettes? Please tell me in the comments below.
About the Photographer
All of the photos in this collection of color palettes were taken by Rachel Korinek from Two Loves Studio.
Rachel is an Aussie food photographer, currently in Vancouver. She loves capturing visual stories and adores bright, clean and uplifting imagery that emphasizes the beauty of real food. Her work has been featured in a range of magazines and publications all over the world including Bride Magazine, Woolworths, Huffington Post, West Elm, Nourish Magazine, Robert Gordon, Decor8, Aldi and more.
She LOVES teaching and empowering others to find joy and inspiration in their photography and creative life. Rachel has taught photography masterclasses all other the world and online with her signature course, Lightroom Magic (affiliate link). Rachel teaches the technical aspects in a way that’s accessible, without using confusing ideas or jargon.