Cold drink : Watermelon and lemon sorbet and juice / beverage. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

Continuing with the summer cool drinks / juices etc. – see last post on orange juice, this time, after two days of waiting for the sorbet to set, I finally got some photographs. Of course followed by eating the sorbet, slurping the watermelon juice and chomping the cut fruit. With Delhi temperatures touching 44 degrees Celsius, the sorbet did not last long.

Cold drink : Watermelon and lemon sorbet and juice / beverage. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

Cold drink : Watermelon and lemon sorbet and juice / beverage. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

The main reason I am “cooking” and doing all this food / beverage photography is because I am currently reading a book on the same subject. Once I’m done shooting this lot of fruit, I will also be reviewing the book. Great excuse for me to “see” better.

Cold drink : Watermelon and lemon sorbet and juice / beverage. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

Cold drink : Watermelon and lemon sorbet and juice / beverage. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

Cold drink : Watermelon and lemon sorbet and juice / beverage. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

Cold drink : Watermelon and lemon sorbet and juice / beverage. Food photography. Photography by professional Indian lifestyle photographer Naina Redhu of Naina.co

As I’ve mentioned in the last post, I bought the best looking fruits I could find. And then HE goes and eats my best looking candidate from the lot of mangoes. Now to think of what do with the rest of the mangoes. Hopefully tomorrow.

Oh, forgot to add, the sorbet turned out sweeter than I anticipated. So, I mixed in more lemon to balance the sweetness – but before that I took a bit and poured it into my ice-cube tray – now I have cute watermelon sugar cubes that I can dunk into my cold glass of water whenever I want a fresh but not overpowering sugary taste.

 

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  1. OK, I see the table now. The glass is totally transparent here, and it seems like the entire set up is hanging in thin air.

    I got a question though- how did you get the uber white background in some of these shots? Hung a white sheet or something?

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