Not long left to enter Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2019

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Whether you shoot to order or raid your archive of food photos, there's not much time left to enter this year's Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year – entries close 10 February.

This renowned competition is the most prestigious in the industry, but it goes far beyond instagram-able images of delicious dishes. Every year there's a diverse array of entries showing the production and enjoyment of food around the world from farm to fork.

The Awards celebrate the very best in food photography and film from around the world

The Awards celebrate the very best in food photography and film from around the world

(Image: © George Rose)

What are the categories?

There's over 20 categories, including Marks & Spencer Food Portraiture to Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year, One Vision Imaging Cream of the Crop and Production Paradise Previously Published.

This mean's that there's plenty of scope to enter whether you love food, travel, landscape photography or film.

Video is catered for, too, thanks to the Winterbotham Darby Food Film Shorts category, supported by Foodism.

(Image: © Andy Grimshaw)

We are looking for professional and amateur photographers alike, in our search for the very best depictions of this marvellously varied subject of food, which unites us all.

Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year

What's the big prize?

The top prize for 2019 just got even better – £5,000, plus two nights with breakfast at the luxury 5-star InterContinental London Park Lane hotel. 

Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year was founded in 2011 and now has entrants from over 60 countries each year.

A return flight up to £750 is included in the prize, to attend the prestigious Champagne Taittinger Awards Evening at the Mall Galleries, London.

Finalists receive worldwide coverage for their images

Finalists receive worldwide coverage for their images

Discover last year's winning entries for inspiration

Discover last year's winning entries for inspiration

Entry and judging details

Chair of the Judges is David Loftus, whose panel this year includes American chef Alice Waters and Vitalie Taittinger.

To enter, you'll need to complete a registration form, add your details, upload your shots and pay the entry fee (£30 for up to 5 photos). Extra images cost £6, but there's no limit to the amount of entries.

The Awards close to entries at Midnight on Sunday 10 February 2019.

To enter or find out more, visit www.pinkladyfoodphotographeroftheyear.com