There is hardly anyone that doesn’t love any kind of sweets. In fact, each one of us love sweets and cakes from our childhood. It reminds us of the celebrations, festivals and bring in the sweet memories.
Alsi pinni sweet : Dessert is a necessity of life.
There are many varieties of sweets made and available in different parts of the world. Each one is different and unique not only by names but also by its flavor and appearance. I love South Indian food, and bakery items especially the sweet dishes that are very delicious.
Dates Laddu : Beginning the day with something sweet.
The sweets, whether it’s the Motichoor Ladoo, the Boondi Ladoo, or the Besan Ladoo, is simple to make at home. Ladoo, an essential part of celebrations and special occasions, has its own history.
Cup Cake : A little bliss in every bite.
Cupcakes are popular amongst people of all ages who enjoy sweets. They look attractive as well as they taste fantastic when made with the right ingredients.
Delicious : Bakers make the world smell better.
The interesting part here is to capture the dishes look as though it’s getting prepared at that particular moment, when it was photographed. Moreover, it needs to hold the attention of the viewers. Sweets and desserts have greater importance for special occasions and festivals. Capturing these sweets is fun, and at the same time its quiet challenging.
Chocolate Bread : Just another happy moment in life.
“Cookery”, the food photography session includes mouth-watering sweets being photographed with a dynamic feel. Chocolate cakes, chocolate breads, cupcakes, etc… with the combination of honey, dry fruits, and sugar powder, has occupied the space in this very special chapter.
Chocolate Cake : I’ll take another slice of that.
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