Advertise + Submissions

Feature Submissions:
Thank you for your interest in submitting your work to Pretty Tasty Things. There are many opportunities to be featured on Pretty Tasty Things. Whether it’s submitting a homemade recipe, a handmade product for the kitchen or a stylized themed party you’d like to share, we’d love to hear from you! Please contact me at Isabel{@}prettytastythings.com. When submitting features to us, please be sure to follow our guidelines:

Details: Please email a brief description of the submission, including some of the details.
Links: We love to give credit when credit’s due so please submit all vendors and their links.
Quality:
Photographs don’t have to be professional, but they must be look good which entails good lighting, composition and focus.

Pretty Tasty Things covers everything from kitchen/dining decor, paper goods, art, DIY and food. If we do decide to post your work, I will respond within 5 business days. Submissions can be sent to: Isabel{@}prettytastythings.com and please include the word “Submission” in the subject as well as a few small (low-res) jpegs of the product or party feature with your email. If we need larger images, we will contact you for them.

Advertising Inquires:
We need advertisers! Ad spots are available in two size: 250 x 250 (square) and 250 × 150 (rectangle) blocks in the sidebar to the right. Email Isabel{@}prettytastythings.com for rates. Please include a link to your website or business when inquiring.

Copyright + Permissions:
ALL text + photos are © 2011 by Isabel Canfield + Pretty Tasty Things unless otherwise stated. You’re welcome to link to this site or use a single image and brief description to link back to any post. Republishing posts in their entirety is prohibited without permission so please contact me first. I will most likely give permission!

Our camera:
We are no means professional photographers, but we love taking photographs whether they come out good or bad! We recently invested in a Canon D60 with a 50mm f1.4 lenses. This type of lenses give an tasty depth of field, which is ideal for food photography, as well as natural lighting. I also have a Canon G10 for traveling on the go. It’s a great camera for the size. A little noisy in low-light, but overall pretty nice. Right now, Canon has the G12.

How to contact us:
If you have any general questions regarding me, my husband or Pretty Tasty Things, feel free to fill out the form below. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible! Cheers and happy cooking!

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