Celebrity Chef Creates Feast For The Eyes With A Camera

10/08/2013 9:30 AM ET | Filed under: Love Line Robin Thicke Photos! Awww! We’re used to celebrities changing lovers faster that Miley Cyrus ‘ booty can twerk, but there are a select few that have been the exception. Don’t believe us??! Just look at Robin Thicke and Paula Patton! This UBER hot entertainment couple is married with child after starting to swap spit wayyyy back in high school! YEP! It’s possible and better believe they aren’t the only ones who’ve been lucky in love! CLICK HERE to see the gallery, “Celebrity High School Sweethearts Who Are STILL Together! CLICK HERE to see the gallery, “Celebrity High School Sweethearts Who Are STILL Together! CLICK HERE to see the gallery, “Celebrity High School Sweethearts Who Are STILL Together! CLICK HERE to see the gallery, “Celebrity High School Sweethearts Who Are STILL Together!

Celebrity High School Sweethearts Who Are STILL Together!

Singer Cliff Richard is 73. Singer Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues is 67. Actor Harry Anderson (Daves World, Night Court) is 61. Actor Greg Evigan (My Two Dads, B.J. and the Bear) is 60. Singer Thomas Dolby is 55. Actress Lori Petty (A League of Their Own) is 50. Actor Steve Coogan (Night at the Museum) is 48. Singer Karyn White is 48. Actor Jon Seda is 43. Country bassist Doug Virden (Sons of the Desert) is 43. Country singer Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chicks is 39.

Celebrity birthdays for the week of Oct. 13-19

An artisan gives finishing touches to an effigy of demon king Ravana in preparation for the upcoming Hindu festival of Dussehra in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh October 8, 2013. The effigies are burnt during the festival which commemorates the triumph of Lord Rama over Ravana, marking the victory of good over evil. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

The event was hosted by Canon , which was promoting a line of Pixma Pro printers that produce high-resolution large prints of photos taken with digital cameras Canon cameras, they hope. These gadgets are for serious photographers who want to make a print that comes as close as possible to reproducing the actual image the photographer remembers in their minds eye. If youve ever taken a photo and been disappointed that it didnt turn out the way you remember the scene, youll understand. Canon displayed three printers at the event that drew about 300 people including, somehow, me. The printers on display were the Pixma Pro-100 that lists for $500, the Pro-10 for $700 and the Pro-1 for $1,000. This Canon printer is sick, by the way, Florence said in brief remarks to the crowd. (To the uninitiated, sick is a slang term thats high praise.) The high quality of this printer really means something. The event showcased prints from Florence, Robyn Lehr , a professional photographer whose specialties include food and still life, according to her Web site, and Erin Kunkel , whose site says she also specializes in food photographs. The three photographers were assigned to take photos in Wine Country north of San Francisco, where Florence has a winery and lives in Mill Valley. Guests at the event were taken through a series of small galleries, each one representing one of the five senses. In the gallery representing sound, for instance, visitors donned headphones with sounds of breezes flowing through a vineyard as they viewed vineyard photos. In the touch gallery, we were invited to place our hands in a tray of soil and brush from Florences vineyards. In the taste gallery, we were offered grapes to snack on. In each case, the sensory stimulus enhanced the appreciation for the photographs of food and vineyard scenes. In his remarks, Florence explained how he became interested in photography after several vacations in the South of France over the years with his young, growing family.