The world’s leading awards for food photography and film are back for 2020. The Pink Lady Food Photographer Of The Year attracted more entries than ever this year, and from no fewer than 77 countries. Now is your chance to have a go!

The Pink Lady Food Photographer Of The Year competition’s categories seek to find stunning shots of cooking, harvesting, farming, eating and celebrating food in its every setting from cultures across the world.

The 2020 global judging panel – again chaired by legendary food photographer David Loftus – includes new names such as Chris Dee who is the Food and Home Director for Harrods; Tori Katherman, the Director Of Photography at Food&Wine; NYC; Anthea Loucas Bosha, CEO of the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival and Joshua Lustig, Deputy Picture Editor at the Financial Times Weekend Magazine.

“We are delighted to be headline sponsor again of these prestigious awards,” says Peter Durose, who heads up Pink Lady in the United Kingdom. “Our brand is all about excellence, and to act as a global patron of the arts in this way to such an important art form is very meaningful for us.”

Cauldron Noodles by Jianhui Liao (China), winner of the Food For Celebration category (sponsored by Champagne Taittinger), and overall winner of the Pink Lady® Food Photographer Of The Year for 2019.

The 2019 winner, Jianhui Liao from China, saw his winning shot in the press across the world, from BBC News Online to China Daily, The Guardian, The Times and The Telegraph.

“A Pink Lady Food Photographer Of the Year Award,” says Sowrav Das, who was a 2019 finalist from Bangladesh, “is considered the highest level of award in any photographer's career.”

Other sponsors for the 2020 competition include Fujifilm, Champagne Taittinger, InterContinental Hotels, Errazuriz Wines and One Vision Imaging Limited.

The closing date for entries to the 2020 Pink Lady Food Photographer Of The Year is 9 February 2020. For all the entry details, categories, requirements and prizes go to