The Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year competitors is now in its thirteenth year and continues to develop in significance with over 25 classes and a prime prize of £5,000.
The wide-ranging classes embrace Food in the Discipline, Food for the Household, Food Portraiture, the Claire Aho Award for Ladies Photographers and The Politics of Food. Consequently, the Awards acknowledge the significance of meals in all our lives and the range of ways in which it impacts us.
There are two thrilling new classes for 2024, The Tiptree Cake Award for photos of cake, in any setting or context and The James Beard Basis Award for photos that commemorate the individuals behind America’s meals tradition – ‘Good Food for Good’.
This year, the in style Convey Residence the Harvest class is partnered with Tenderstem®, whereas The Royal Photographic Society helps the free-to-enter Pupil Food Photographer of the Year class. This class is for college students attending a full or part-time images course at a recognised faculty or college.
Alongside the images classes, the Food Movie Shorts class is for movies of any size as much as 3 minutes, about meals in any context. This year the class is sponsored by MPB.
As well as, after three years at The Royal Photographic Society’s HQ in Bristol, the Awards’ premier exhibition is returning to central London.
I’m delighted to say that I’ve been invited to be one of the judges once more, and I’ll be becoming a member of the international panel chaired by legendary meals photographer David Loftus. Different judges embrace: Claire Reichenbach, CEO, The James Beard Basis, Tom Athron, CEO, Fortnum & Mason, Nik Sharma, Cookbook creator and Photographer, Fiona Shields, Image Editor, The Guardian and Rein Skullerud, Senior Photographer & Photograph Editor, World Food Programme.
For extra info and to enter the competitors, please go to www.pinkladyfoodphotographeroftheyear.com.
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