Located in the latitudinal direction in the Northern Hemisphere and longitudinally in the Eastern Hemisphere, having a time difference of two hours between eastern and western extremes with the local time five and a half hours ahead of GMT, India is a land of diverse cultural, religious and physical variations with snow-capped mountains, lush green meadows, breath-taking coastal landscapes and unique desserts. There are a lot of beautiful places to visit in India and you have a lot of Indian dishes to taste.
Eating tasty food and enjoying amazing drinks is a pleasing activity for anyone, but doing this in a special place only increases the feeling of happiness and satisfaction. To go along with your exotic environment, whether it is a sunny beach or an icy mountain slope, special food is always preferred. Imagine eating your own personalized chocolates while talking to fish underwater? Well, here’s where you can go to have one of the 6 amazing drink & dine experiences!
Over the past few years — thanks to the emergence of excellent smartphone cameras — food photography has gone from a niche art to an interest that everyone (seemingly) wants to be a part of. However, while everyone can snap a photo of their dinner, there is still a substantial difference between well thought-out, high-quality images and something that was taken in only a few seconds.
Having expensive professional cameras and lenses can seriously up your food photography (as long as you actually know how to utilize them), but there are other pieces of equipment and (more importantly) skills that are far more necessary.
If you want to take your food photography to the next level and produce shots that are both appealing and display your vision, then keep reading to learn the four basic skills and equipment for taking attention-grabbing food photos.
When it comes to food, nothing beats the Punjabi cuisines, at least for me. Nevertheless, I love the food from various other regions of India as well. I have been a traveler for more than fifteen years now, which has officially made me a connoisseur of multiple foods. In some states in India, street food is the best. While in some other cities, a few restaurants take the cake when it comes to the best of their region. Let me share the best foods that you can try in a few states in India: Continue reading Best Places in India to Try Regional Cuisines- My Recommendations