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Medium & Rare is a one-stop solution for established restaurants and startup eateries who are seeking alluring visuals of their food and process to showcase in social or print media. We deliver the most creative images, based on styling and elegant presentation. The team is helmed by Assad Dadan, photographer and content creator – who has worked with chefs, bloggers and marketing professionals and is fully equipped to present trendy food images to suit your vision.  

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Learn The Ins And Outs Of Food Photography with industry expert- Assad Dadan. The goal of this four hours workshop is simple - Learn to take stunning photographs of food using simple techniques and basic photography gear. This hands-on food photography session will include a brief introduction to composition and how to frame your shots, learning exposure triangle a.k.a different aspects of manual mode, finding the right light to shine your product, one full setup to photographing exercise and finally some post-processing to give your images that extra edge. 🌐  Link

Learn The Ins And Outs Of Food Photography with industry expert- Assad Dadan. The goal of this four hours workshop is simple - Learn to take stunning photographs of food using simple techniques and basic photography gear. This hands-on food photography session will include a brief introduction to composition and how to frame your shots, learning exposure triangle a.k.a different aspects of manual mode, finding the right light to shine your product, one full setup to photographing exercise and finally some post-processing to give your images that extra edge. 🌐 Link


Story from Shergaon, Arunchal Pradesh where Gombu talks about the rural life in his village. Gombu also takes us to Tenzingaon where a veteran Cheese maker has been making Mo and Chura since the past fifty years or so.

Samuel Yonzon, an ex-sound engineer and a now cheese-maker returned home to Kalimpong; together with his other friends and like-minded farmers around the hills of Kalimpong and Sikkim they are now reviving the slowly fading culture of the once popular Mountain Cheese.