A single sum of £25.00 is required per adult entrant and allows up to 5 photographic entries. Further entries may be submitted at an additional fee of £5 per entry.
£2 from each entry into the Food Sn-apping category will go to Action Against Hunger.
The exception being for entries to the Food Sn-apping category, the fee for which is £5 per entry only, £2 of which will be given as a donation to Action Against Hunger.
To enter the category <strong">unearthed® Food in Film, the fee will be £25 per video submitted.
Once entered, images cannot be withdrawn unless the Organisers are notified that there is a permissions issue, in which case the images will be withdrawn on request of the copyright holder / entrant but no refund will be payable.
Payment is made online using Paypal.
Entry to the Young (under 18) categories is free of charge. A maximum of three entries may be submitted to the Young (under 18) categories.
It is the responsibility of each entrant to ensure that he or she has read and abided by the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year Terms and Conditions and that by entering the competition agrees that their entries comply with all of the competition requirements.
Images must be the work of the entrant and must have no identifying marks or key words allocated to them.
Entries that are found not to comply with the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year Terms and Conditions will be disqualified without discussion and without refund or compensation.
The decision of the judges is final. Negotiation will not be entered into with respect to any such decision by the judges or organisers of the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year.
Entrants into the Adult competition must be aged 18 or over on the closing date of the 5th February 2017.
Entrants into the Young competition must be aged 17 or under on the closing date of the 5th February 2017.
Entries may be submitted from any country.
No image which has already won a photographic competition can be entered.
The competition is open to anyone except:
For the purposes of this competition a Food Blogger is deemed to be a person writing about food who features their work online on a regular basis.
Finalist images will be exhibited at the Mall Galleries, London in April 2017.
Finalist images may be offered commercial opportunities in the form of an online gallery with images being made available for sale. Images may also be published in an exhibition catalogue, promotional material and on the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year website.
Commended images may be published in an exhibition catalogue, promotional material and on the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year website.
Entrants will be required to register at: www.pinkladyfoodphotographeroftheyear.com/register
Information regarding the competition will be sent via email from [email protected]. Please ensure that you have added this email address to your email manager program as the organisers cannot be held responsible for emails that do not arrive due to the entrant’s email security settings or restrictions placed by their Internet Service Provider.
The winner of the unearthed® Food in Film category is not eligible for the overall title of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year
The winner of the Pink Lady® Apple a Day category is not eligible for the overall title of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year
The winner of the Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year category is not eligible for the overall title of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year
The Organisers reserve the right to remove, change or re-title individual categories prior to opening the awards for entry.
Entries must be digital files. Scans of transparencies and negatives are also accepted. Digitally captured images must be taken on a device that can produce a suitable high resolution file.
For the initial entry into the competition images:
If your work is shortlisted:
You must be able to supply a high resolution file, suitable for printing in all media and for inclusion in the Exhibition. These images must have a resolution of at least 300dpi.
Digital files which have been enhanced using photographic editing software must not have had the integrity and subject matter of the photograph changed. If the judges consider that this has occurred then the entry may be disqualified.
Video entries to the unearthed® Food in Film category
Films will be judged on content. They
The following formats will be accepted:
If your work is shortlisted:
We will need your work in its highest quality, sent digitally. The following formats are accepted (in quality order from lowest to highest):
Rights forms (actors, locations and music) must be made available on request.
The panel of Judges will be appointed by the Organisers and will agree to Terms and Conditions of judging ensuring the aims of the awards are maintained throughout.
Should there be a category in which there has not been an entry of sufficient quality then the Organisers reserve the right not to award a winning entry to that category.
The competition closes on 5th February 2017. Finalist entrants will be notified in March 2017 and higher resolution files requested. Entrants may not identify any entries as having been selected as Finalist entries until after the announcement of the winners has been made at the Mall Galleries reception in April 2017
The judging of the shortlisted entries will take place in March 2017, and the winners announced at the Awards Evening Reception in April 2017.
The title of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2017 will be awarded to the single image judged to be the most striking and memorable of all the category winning entries.
The overall winner of the title of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2017 will receive £5000.
We understand that entrants and later shortlisted finalists will be very excited about submitting their entry or being shortlisted. However, under no circumstances should any reference or link be made to images uploaded onto social media sites being entered to Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2017 including but not limited to: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Blogs etc. The reasons for this are:
1) To ensure that judging is undertaken fairly and all entries remain anonymous until the Shortlist has been published. Up until this point the judges do not know who the artists are and therefore any entries publicised on these social media channels prior to the Shortlist being published may be immediately disqualified.
2) Secondly, and perhaps more importantly to the artist, uploading the entries onto social media platforms gives away your exclusive rights to control where, how, and by whom your work is used. If you would like to know more about this visit: http://artists-bill-of-rights.com/guides/social-networks-a-competitions
Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year is proud to support the Artist’s Bill of Rights and works in accordance with the conditions they expect organisers to follow.
Each winner and runner up entrant agrees to participate in publicity related to the competition and to the use of their name and a photograph of both themselves and their entered image(s) for the use of advertising the competition and exhibition. There will be no extra payment for this.
Finalists will be invited to attend the winners’ reception in April 2017; this invitation will be extended to one guest only per Finalist regardless of whether that Finalist has one or more images in the Exhibition.
With the sole exception of the overall winner of Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year, who will be provided with two nights' accommodation in a central London hotel (double bedroom with breakfast for two people), it is the sole responsibility of Finalists to arrange their own travel and accommodation for the winners’ reception. No financial support will be given for travel arrangements.
Each entry must be the original work of the entrant and the entrant must have complete copyright for this work. Previously published images may be submitted to any category however where linked to a third party, rights must have been sought and written permission received for use. Images submitted to the Food Off the Press category must have been previously published and rights must have been sought and written permission received for use and made available on request.
It is the sole responsibility of the entrant to confirm that each person depicted in the entry has granted permission to be portrayed as shown. Any costumes, props or other materials used must be rented or borrowed with the permission of the owner, and all other relevant permissions must have been obtained.
It is the sole responsibility of the entrant to ensure that images submitted do not contain threatening, false, misleading, abusive, harassing, libelous, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, pornographic or profane content,
It is the sole responsibility of the entrant to ensure that images submitted do not contain any material that could constitute or encourage conduct which would be considered a criminal offence, give rise to civil liability, or otherwise violate any law.
Entrants agree to fully indemnify Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year (Food Photographer of the Year Ltd) and its sponsors in respect of all costs owing to any person or entity arising by reason of your breaching any of the foregoing.
The copyright in all images submitted to the awards will remain with the entrant who will be credited in accordance with the Terms and Conditions.
In addition, your moral rights are respected. Whenever your work is published by the Owners you will be credited. Failure to publish a credit due to error or oversight shall not be deemed a breach of this condition. Where images are used pre judging to promote the awards, images will be kept anonymous until judging is complete whereupon post credits will be given.
By entering the awards, each entrant grants to the Owners a non-exclusive, irrevocable license to reproduce, publish, and communicate to the public, by any means, exhibit their image and copies of their image in all media throughout the world in relation to the awards and the exhibition for no other purpose including but not limited to all use in the context of:
In some of the above circumstances, commercial opportunities may exist for winning photographers to benefit from the use of their image: where a commercial benefit is likely to arise, permission will be sought in advance and Terms and Conditions will be agreed.
Winning images will be used by the Organisers for a period of 14 months from the announcement of the winners and thereafter the Organisers may keep the winning images within an archive (electronic or otherwise) for a period of 3 years from announcement of the winners, after which permission will be sought from the photographers should their images be used in connection with the awards and or exhibition.
By registering on the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year website you are agreeing to allow the organisers and sponsors to contact you for marketing purposes
Proof of electronic submission is not proof of receipt by the award Organisers.
The Organisers cannot accept liability for any loss or damage of any image entered into the awards however caused.
The Organisers cannot accept liability for the misuse of images as in a third party not complying with the award’s photo credit guide issued to them.
Non-winning digital images entered into the award will be retained by the Organisers.
No entries will be returned by the Organisers and therefore entrants are advised to keep a copy of their digital files for their own use.
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the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2016 Winners!