Tag:Food Photography

Summery Breakfast Crêpes

I made these delicious crepes a while back, my kid loved it, and they turned out so amazing, I just had to re-make it to get some photos! Simplest of ingredients and comes together in minutes. Goes well with all kinds of toppings, be it fruits or savoury. It can be enjoyed for breakfast or snack, or even a light dinner. Here’s one of my favourite combinations, with Oranges. I topped it with some honey & Cinnamon powder. You could […]

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Nivedita Ghosh: My Story with Food Photography

As a passionate foodie and photographer, I have always been drawn to capturing the beauty of food through the lens of my camera. Food photography is a niche art form that requires creativity, technical skills, an eye for detail, and an in-depth understanding of food.  What is the story behind your love for food?  Growing up, my dad had a job that required us to move around quite a bit. He would be transferred to a different state within India […]

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Say Cheese

I’ve been experimenting with food at home for a while now, and I absolutely love trying out different cuisines. This time around, I fell in love with some fresh cheeses. 🧀 Bocconcini & Ricotta being my favourites. Here’s a quick & easy salad recipe for you, if you’re gonna try Bocconcini for the first time. Comes together very easily with a few pantry staples, and you can add or omit things as per your taste. Ingredients :Fresh Bocconcini (ofcourse!) Cherry […]

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Here’s How Professional Food Photography Can Help You Gain Potential Customers

In this day & age, creating professional visual content for any type of business has become vital. This same goes for the food industry as well. It is crucial to create a strong social media presence with mouth-watering visuals with excellent food photography while launching your food business. To understand better, here are some ways you can leverage to use food photography at its best to gain potential customers:   Make It Pleasing To The Eyes  When food appears in front […]

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Love affair with Bengali sweets

From Sandesh, Rosogolla or Mishti doi to more exquisite mishti like Sitabhog, Lobongo-lotika and Chanar jalebi, Bengali sweets are well known across India. After all, we Bengalis love our sweets! So when I was contacted to shoot for a famous Bengali sweet shop in Kolkata, I jumped at the offer! It was an opportunity to get a peek into all the hard work that goes behind making sweets. Everything here is handmade, right from making Chenna (cottage cheese) from milk, […]

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Lockdown days & baking experiments

It’s been a while since I posted here, and a lot has happened in the meantime. One major change is we’ve shifted our base from Bangalore to Mumbai, last December. It’s so great to be back in Aamchi Mumbai & closer to my family. Ofcourse, I am still taking up shoots in Bangalore, and everywhere else too. But as of now, until the Covid-19 pandemic ends, we are at home, like the rest of you. It’s been over a month, […]

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