Foodography 17 invite food photography exhibition pune

Foodography 17, Balgandharva Art Gallery

A few years back, Mandar Kolhapure came to Pune. Being a foodie, he liked to explore new joints and dishes. Slowly, he developed a habit of clicking the food as he explored it. One fine day, he realized that he has a good collection of such pictures and realized that many others would also have a similar collection. He thought of presenting these pictures at an exhibition and applied to book the Balgandharva Art Gallery a couple of months back. After getting a confirmation from the gallery, he named it as Foodography. The main intention of Foodography was to showcase the food culture of Pune and also to provide a platform for the amateur photographers.

Subsequently, he met Angad Joshi and shared the idea with him and he loved the idea. After 2 months of rigourous preparations, their hard work paid off. The result was a successful exhibition with 50 participants and a total of 220 pictures and a footfall of 2000 plus.

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As you know, I love to click food. The first thing that I do most of the times after getting my dish or making one is that I click it. My journey of clicking more and more pictures started with Instagram and it continued and started getting more and more serious. One day, I got tagged by a couple of friends on a Facebook post, to send my entries for Foodography 17, a food photography exhibition, a first of it’s kind in India. Apprehensive in the beginning since I am not a professional photographer, I still decided to give it a shot and was happy to see that my pictures actually got selected from so many entries.

These were the pictures which got selected.

Boiled Quail Eggs with Toast foodography 17 food photography exhibition pune
Boiled Quail Eggs And Toast Made At Home.

 

foodography 17 food photography exhibition pune
Breakfast Cereal Bowl Made At Home.

 

foodography 17 food photography exhibition pune
Fruit Board At Home With Dragon Fruit, Kiwi, Mango and Grapes.

If you liked my pictures, check out this post for similar pictures which I have clicked. Also check out Siddharth Gujar’s post on Foodography 17.