At The One School Goa, students learn to improvise and innovate to create images that help clients build a brand and increase sales. Goa being an international tourist destination is a paradise for food and beverage lovers, thus gives students great opportunities to shoot exotic dishes from all around the world.
As a real-market simulated exercise, the students have to professionally approach hotels and restaurants, understand accompaniments and finer nuances of culinary art through personal research and interaction with the chefs.
Here are the reasons why one should make food and beverage photography their forté.
In the fast-paced, digitally connected world where words are sparse and visuals the king. Food & Beverage photography has a lot to gain, as the industry competes with each other to attract consumers through visual communication.
The F&B Industry in India is on the upswing. According to a report by Grant Thornton for CII, more than 50% consumer base is below the age of 30 years whose consumption pattern is on the rise due rising dual income groups and are also aspirational, looking for better quality, variety and choices. According to one another report, the market size of the food and beverage industry across India is projected to touch the US $45.97 Billion in 2020.