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Behind the Scenes with One of the Best Food Photographers, Matt Armendariz

Photo of Matt Armendariz taking a photo of food

Photographer Matt Armendariz visited us recently to capture special moments for our 2013 edition of Estate Tales. Erin created a behind-the-scenes video of Matt’s three-day photo shoot, which Matt also posted over at his award-winning blog, We hope you enjoy this look inside the creative process for our annual magazine. Matt is one of the best food photographers in the business, and one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet. Make sure to subscribe to the blog or join Jordan Estate Rewards so you don’t miss the debut of Estate Tales early next year. View our entire magazine catalogue on our website.

Matt Armendariz Behind the Scenes Estate Tales 2013


Very interesting to the eternal thinking and works of Matt Armendariz. Thank you for posting it here.

Jessica Lillis

Matt Armendarizone is of the best food photographers and this video prove it once again. Thanks for this post Lisa.

Lisa Mattson

You’re welcome. We agree. 🙂 Stay tuned for a studio food photography blog post.


Hey Lisa, This an amazing video clop which proves your efficiency, I enjoyed s much! Specially food decorate with flowers, really impressive and i have a best friend name Lisa! Thanks for sharing.

Graphic Aid

This is amazing video.Thanks

Professional Photography

Amazing photography

Lisa Mattson


Tradexcel Graphics

Very inspiring. Thanks for sharing the eternal activities of food photography. Keep up the good work.


Very interesting to the eternal thinking and works of Matt Armendariz.


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Lisa Mattson

Videographer, photographer, writer and publicist. Find me on weekends trying to capture footage of the elusive Jordan Estate jack rabbits and turkeys.

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