Welcome to our kitchen!

If creating a dish that seduces the taste buds is a fine art, imagine what photographing food to make it feel like such a dish would be. Actually, why imagine when you can come straight to us at www.foodphotography.in?

The last 15 odd years have seen us grown not only as experts in the field, but also in our portfolio of types of food and techniques thereof.

Our clientele spans advertising, packaging, editorial, publishing and websites, while our subjects come from kitchens and recipes across the world.

Here, you’ll find everything from your professional food photographer and stylist, to complete production support like prop hire, sets, and even a fully equipped kitchen and food studio. We’ll cook up your brief to perfection; with images created on brand, on budget, and on time.

Browse through our gallery and get a taste of our work on Food PhotographyDrink and Beverage PhotographyPackaging and Advertising and Ice Cream and Desserts

 

 

 

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Jignesh is a superb photographer and a wonderful friend. He is ever enthusiastic and passionate about his work and gives more than 100 % during the shoots and Pre-prod meetings. He is a rare right and left brain combination which takes creative and raional descisions at the same time. Probably that is his secret of success at a relatively younger age. Now about his persona, as a gujrati boy who always has lived in townside Mumbai, he has developed a quircky happy go lucky kind of Parsi kind of attitude towards life and also because of nature of his work where he has to imply lot of patience and attention to detail and perfection in craft he has become a bit German. So he is a wierd German Parsi combination which makes him very interesting to work with and otherwise. Yes he is a fantastic photographer and I am much more confident of delivering as a creative director when I am shooting with him as I know I don’t have to compromise on anything with him around. But more than that I am amazed  as he can eat a couple of lemons a day raw. (just cut and eaten with the skin) and in spite of being completely vegetarian he can make non-veg food look wonders on our packaging design. Cheers to him.
Utpal Barve (Strategist, Interbrand)