After a client asked them to photograph a burrito cut neatly in half, food photographer Beth Galton and food stylist Charlotte Omnès decided to portray the interior of other packaged and processed foods, giving us an unusual view of everyday foods.
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What's especially interesting about the Cut Foods series is that the interiors of the more liquid foodstuffs weren't rendered digitally. Instead, Galton and Omnès used gelatin to show us what a bisected cup of coffee and bowl of noodles look like.
See the rest of the series (and more excellent food photography) on Galton's site.
Cut Foods [Beth Galton via Laughing Squid]