Photographer Gregg Segal has taken a collection of "Children and their daily food" around the world by lying down and shooting from above. Gregg has learned a lot and delved into the diet of every child who is growing in age, what do they like to eat? how? and every food also depends on the tradition and culture in each country.
While working with the children, Gregg often asks near-daily questions such as: What do you like to eat? Do you usually eat canned food? Do you have a diet? Do you eat vegetables?
Of course the data collected about children's food and drinks is captured exactly with the fact that they eat every day and depending on the day will change different tastes, not the general of a country. Just arrange it properly with the frame, the kids just need to lie in a background carpet and the clothes are suitable for where they live, make a comfortable pose and "POP" is done.
Isaiah Dedrick 16 years – Long Beach, California, USA
Cooper Norman 10 years old – Altadena, California, USA
6-year-old Nino Khaburzahia – Western Hollywood, California, USA
Andrea Testa 9 years old – Catania, Italy
Rosalie Durand 10 years old – Nice, France
Kawakanih Yawalapiti 9 years old – Xingu river bank, Mato Grosso, Brazil
Meissa Ndiaye 11 years old – Dakar, Senegal
Frank Fadel Agbomenou 8 years old – Dakar, Senegal
Anchal Sahani 10 years old – Mumbai, India
Nur Zahra Alya Nabila Binti Mustakim 7 years old – Kajang, Malaysia
Altaf Rabbal DLove Bin Roni 6 years old – Gombak, Malaysia
Beryl Oh Jynn 8 years old – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Mierra Sri Varrsha 8 years old (left) and Tharkish Sri Ganesh 10 years old –
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Greta Moeller is 7 years old – Hamburg, Germany
Yusuf Abdullah Al Muhairi 9 years old – Dubai, United Arab Emirates (Emirates)
Gregg's set of photos is most popular in Malaysia because there are too many culinary cultures in each region. As in general, the children in the world have different diets and nutrition frameworks depending on the rich – poor, the exchange rate, the economic income of the family. For example, children in the US where low-income families often eat a lot of "pet food" because it is cheap and fast (Pizza, pasta, sausage, …) But for those other countries it is in top "luxury" foods, merely eating bread, drinking milk, and fruit.