Bell Pepper, Tomato & Onion Salad. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

There’s nothing more refreshing than waking up to a breakfast of fresh crunchy vegetables and fruits. And I love onions with literally everything. This is the third instalment in the food photography series I am currently indulging in. The first was this orange juice and the second was this watermelon sorbet.

Bell Pepper, Tomato & Onion Salad. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

Bell Pepper, Tomato & Onion Salad. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

I cannot help but add an “art” angle to my photographs whenever possible. Wedding photography, especially in India, does not afford me those opportunities because everything is such a whirl. But in the rest of my photography, I am more than happy to plan as much as possible and create more interesting images.

Bell Pepper, Tomato & Onion Salad. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

Bell Pepper, Tomato & Onion Salad. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

Bell Pepper, Tomato & Onion Salad. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

Bell Pepper, Tomato & Onion Salad. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

Bell Pepper, Tomato & Onion Salad. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

And the final salad in the bowl ready to be eaten! I followed it up with a couple of scoops of watermelon sorbet from yesterday.

Bell Pepper, Tomato & Onion Salad. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

Above are the results of setting my refrigerator temperature too low and setting the mint-leaves container right next to the air duct. Half the lot was frozen and the leaves had darkened. All in the name of food photography – to keep my produce as fresh as possible. Outside temperatures in New Delhi continue to soar!

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