A Tel Aviv Dinner Ready for Its Closeup

Dinner and a photo workshop at Catit restaurant in Tel Aviv.

Taking pictures of food and uploading them to social-media sites like Instagram has become de rigeur for many smartphone users. That’s why Tel Aviv’s Carmel Winery teamed up with restaurant Catit to create what they call Foodography — a dining experience that gives patrons the tools needed to capture perfect Instagram-worthy images of their meals.

For $155, according to Buzzfeed, food is served on dishes designed by ceramic design artist Adi Nissani. The plates have beautiful backgrounds and a built-in stand for your phone.

One of these specialized plates, the 360, even spins in a complete circle, allowing you to capture your dinner at just the right angle. A food photographer is available for workshops.

Foodography on YouTube.

Extravagant? Perhaps. But it’s bound to get you a ton of Instragram followers.

h/t Buzzfeed

Jean Hanks is the food intern at The Forward. Contact her at hanks@forward.com.

A Tel Aviv Dinner Ready for Its Closeup

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