Winners of the Pink Lady food photography awards

The prestigious Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year competition has revealed its winners after receiving 8,000 entries from 60 countries. We take a look at some of the winning entries that celebrate the art of food photography.

Photo by Andy Grimshaw

Green beans: cream of the crop


Photo by Debdatta Chakraborty

The Fishermen: Silabati is a perennial river, only getting inundated when water is released from the nearby dam, in Medinipur, West Bengal.


Photo by Victor Pugatschew

Spinning the Chardonnay: chardonnay grapes are pressed at Champagne Veuve Fourny and the juice flows into Belon tanks.


Photo by Noor Ahmed Gelal

Praying with food: a section of the Hindu community is preparing to break the day-long fast in one of the local temples at Swamibag, Dhaka, Bangladesh. They believe their fasting will redeem their sins. This photograph was the overall winner of the Pink Lady awards.


Photo by Becci Hutchings

Honeycomb and wax: frames are placed into hives to encourage bees to build honeycomb and fill with honey. Once filled, the frames are removed and the wax capping is scraped off using an uncapping fork. The honeycomb is then either broken off or the frames are placed into an extractor to remove the honey.


Photo by Probal Rashid

Fisherman life: Lokman Miah is a fisherman cooking on a boat in Bhola, Bangladesh. On Bhola Island, fisher communities live in close proximity to the river where land is cheaper. This allows them to live close to their livelihood. At the same time, this location makes them vulnerable to riverbank erosion, which, according to villagers, has been increasing in recent years.


Photo by Jade Nina Sarkhel

Rex bakery: Jade Nina Sarkhel captured the bullet-stricken walls of one of Mumbai’s oldest bakeries. Rex churns out 18,000 pao a day, operating 24/7 selling bread through the tiny counter overnight. Bread is given for free to those who can’t afford it.


Photo by Michael Meisen

The art of being an apple: a vibrant still life.


Photo by Paul Steven

Exmoor beasts: three curious and majestic highland cows on Exmoor in Somerset.


Photo by Linda Taylor

Pastry and pears: small, imperfect pears from Linda Taylor’s tree were given to her local baker who transformed them into these brioche and ricotta pastries.


Photo by Oliver Hauser

Schnitzelberg: from the series ‘Adam’s cooking for Eve’.




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