Shortlist for Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2024 revealed
Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year
by Kathleen Codd
1M ago
  We are delighted to announce that the much-anticipated Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2024 Shortlist is here to delight, inform and inspire.   ‘Cave Fishing’ by Natnattcha Chaturapitamorn, Shortlisted, Tenderstem® Bring Home the Harvest From growing, farming and harvesting to cooking, eating, celebrating and surviving, the images offer a unique insight into the lives of people around the world through the universal language of food. Thousands of images poured in from over 65 countries across the globe for the competition’s 13th edition. The standard of entries displays b ..read more
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What makes an egg-cellent photograph?
Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year
by Kathleen Codd
2M ago
  The humble egg has been a popular subject matter for photographs submitted to the competition over the years. We’ve seen it cooked, created, cracked and captured in all sorts of weird and wonderful ways. For our latest blog, we chose a selection of eggs-traordinary images from the archive and found out more from some of the photographers that captured them.   ‘Broken Egg’ by Michael Hedge, Winner, MPB Award for Innovation, 2019 I shot this image for the RSA journal a couple of years back, the styling was done by Kerry Hughes and art direction by Johan Shufiyan. We did the image fo ..read more
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Celebrating women in photography – Carla Sutera Sardo
Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year
by Kathleen Codd
3M ago
  In 2023, Carla Sutera Sardo won The Claire Aho Award for Women Photographers. This category, introduced in 2021, aims to encourage and celebrate women photographers and is in memory of Claire Aho, Finland’s greatest women photographer. Carla won the category with a powerful portrait. “There is so much strength and depth of expression in this beautiful older woman’s face,” says Caroline Kenyon, Founder of the Awards. “She sits, as immaculate as a model, in her kitchen, surrounded by beloved possessions. What stories can these four walls tell?” For our latest blog, in celebration of Inter ..read more
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How to stand out in the shortlist by Caroline Kenyon
Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year
by Kathleen Codd
5M ago
  As the entries come in from around the world, Team Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year is gearing up for close of entries and then the deep dive into shortlisting. It’s a task I absolutely love - looking through, engaging with, considering and debating every single image. I am so looking forward to the 2024 crop. But before we get there, I have treated myself to a nostalgic look at the 2023 shortlist. What an incredible smorgasbord of stunning images, across every category. It always takes my breath away. So I have picked out just a very few to share with you why they speak to me ..read more
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Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year changed my life
Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year
by Kathleen Codd
5M ago
We like to reflect on what Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year means to our entrants. Angela Nicholson, judge and Co-Founder & Director at Camera Jabber and Founder of SheClicks, spoke to Donna Crous, who explains how the competition has kickstarted her career, and shares with us her journey through the competition. Now a professional food photographer, Donna’s work can be seen in recipe books, magazines, and brand development across the globe. We are celebrating, not only our tenth year, but Donna’s achievement of becoming a Nikon Northern Europe Ambassador.   Donna, tell us a l ..read more
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My Photography Story – Judith Balari
Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year
by Kathleen Codd
5M ago
  For our latest blog, we chatted to photographer Judith Balari, a multiple-finalist of the competition who has been entering since 2016. Judith tells us about where her love for photography began, her favourite entry and her top tips for success in the competition.   Tell us about how your love for photography began For as long as I can remember I have always loved photography. When I was a little girl I used to cut out pictures from magazines and pasted them on one of my bedroom walls. I would stare at them for hours. Years later I started collecting National Geographic magazines a ..read more
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Festive Photography Inspiration
Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year
by Kathleen Codd
6M ago
As the festive season makes its way into view, even if world affairs mean some of us don’t feel quite as festive as in previous years, there is almost always something in our lives for which to be thankful and to celebrate. And if you can name us a celebration that doesn’t have food at the heart of it, we shall be very surprised! There are so many photogenic opportunities - festive food often has lovely traditions around it, starting with the making of it. Just think of Stir Up Sunday when people gather to make the Christmas pudding. Or Three Kings Day on Twelfth Night when a special bread is ..read more
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How to be ‘innovative’ in photography
Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year
by Kathleen Codd
6M ago
One of the many joys of our Awards is the endless creativity we see in the images, year after year. Just when you think you can’t be surprised, a shot comes into view which delights, makes you laugh, astonishes or even disturbs in a completely novel way. It might be the subject matter, or the composition, or the styling, or the setting. But with entries coming from almost 100 countries over the years, perhaps it’s not unexpected that we are treated to so many different interpretations. One image that really grabbed public attention was Anatomy of a Feeling by Jonathan Thevenet. Highly Commende ..read more
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CELEBRATING CAKEOGRAPHY – THE ART OF CAPTURING CAKE
Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year
by Kathleen Codd
6M ago
  For many years we have wanted to shine a spotlight on the special art of capturing cake, or, as we like to call it, cakeography. This year, we are thrilled to introduce a new category, the Tiptree Cake Award, with our new partner, Tiptree. Tiptree have been making quality preserves since 1885 and are Royal Warrant holders. They grow a wide range of traditional English fruits at their farm in Essex, England and use them to make conserves, condiments, and other treats, like cake!   For our latest blog, we caught up with Tiptree and Caroline Kenyon, Founder of the Awards, to talk all ..read more
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Thanksgiving – for a beautiful planet
Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year
by Kathleen Codd
6M ago
Last week, we were privileged to celebrate our new partnership with the James Beard Foundation in New York at the London residence of the Deputy US Ambassador to the United Kingdom. On a day as close to Thanksgiving as we could manage, knowing that our US guests would be otherwise engaged on the day itself, a small gathering of us were able to hear the wisdom and thoughts of exceptional panel on the subject of food, photography and climate change.   Claire Reichenbach, CEO, James Beard Foundation   Welcomed by Malcom Palmer, Deputy Chief of Mission, I then explained the background to ..read more
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