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BLACK AND WHITE FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY

Black and white photography can take a viewer’s breath away. By stripping away colour, we become so much more aware of elements of that images such as texture, shape, light, and subtle graduations of tone in a photograph. In doing so, it has the power to tell a story. There is beauty in black and white food photography makes us see food in a different light, whilst adding a uniqueness and timelessness to an image.

Sharp Shots! Tips and Tricks for Young Photographers

Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year are excited to see the imaginative and creative images from the talented next…

How to Photograph Sweets and Desserts

Tantalise the taste buds by learning how to photograph sweet foods and desserts. Use this guide to improve your sweet photography skills and create pictures that look as good as the dessert tastes.

World Food Day

  On Friday 16 October 2020, World Food Day will call for action to make healthy and sustainable diets available and…

Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year changed my life

To mark our special tenth year, we want to reflect on what Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year has…

World’s Best Food Photo Served Up

A powerful and emotional shot, After Exodus, by Bangladeshi photographer K M Asad, was crowned our Pink Lady® Food Photographer…

Success From Across the Globe

Joining us all the way from Australia, Chloe Dann took home the 2019 Student Food Photographer of the Year trophy…

“Making Food Photography Important” – Food Film Shorts

This year, we asked our Food Film Shorts entrants to “make us hungry, make us think, smile and captivate us”,…

The World’s Leading Photography Oscars are back!

  After a stormingly successful year, the world’s leading awards for food photography and film, Pink Lady® Food Photographer of…

Double Stage Appearance!

After four years of entering Pink Lady® Food Photographer of Year, Tiree Dawson took home the category award for both…