Food Photographer of the Year 2016

If you’re not eating, you’re probably looking at food. If you’re not looking, you’re probably thinking about it. It’s kind of just what happens. So, obviously when the food photographs of the year were announced, we were straight in there having a nosey

Kids’ table – by Lucy Pope (UK)

Winner of the Food Sn-apping category

Kids' table - by Lucy Pope (UK)

Octopus on Ice – by Petra Novotna (Czech Republic)

Winner of the Cream of the Crop category

Octopus on Ice - by Petra Novotna (Czech Republic)

Treasure of the Sea – by Olimpia Davies

Winner of the Food Bloggers category

Treasure of the Sea - by Olimpia Davies

he Grand Kitchen – by Shoeb Faruqee (Bangladesh)

Winner of the Champagne Taittinger Food for Celebration category

The Grand Kitchen - by Shoeb Faruqee (Bangladesh)

Go home – by Viktoriia Moskalenko (Ukraine)

Winner of the Bring Home the Harvest category

Go home - by Viktoriia Moskalenko (Ukraine)

Appreciate every piece – by Marcin Jucha (UK)

Winner of the Politics of Food category

Appreciate every piece - by Marcin Jucha (UK)

Salmon still life – by Susan Bell (UK)

Winner of the Production Paradise Food off the Press category

Salmon still life - by Susan Bell (UK)

Floating Vegetable Market – by Paula Watts (USA)

Winner of the Partridges Food for sale category

Floating Vegetable Market - by Paula Watts (USA)

Mayasara Winery – by Robert Holmes (USA)

Winner of the Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year category

Puno, Lake Titicaca - by Robert Holmes (USA)

Chicken Cheese toastie – by Jean Cazals (UK)

Winner of the Marks and Spencer Food Portraiture category

Chicken Cheese toastie - by Jean Cazals (UK)

Picnic – by Maja Danica Pecanic (Croatia)

Winner of the Food for the Family category

Picnic - by Maja Danica Pecanic (Croatia)

Unstill life – by Polina Plotnikova (UK)

Winner of the Pink Lady An Apple a Day category

Unstill life - by Polina Plotnikova (UK)

The wild garlic carpet – by Robin Goodlad (UK)

Winner of the Food in the Field category

The wild garlic carpet - by Robin Goodlad (UK)

Oh my, that cheese toastie. Cheese. Toast. Mouthwatering! Anyway, being behind the lens on a food photo shoot must have benefits – free food you’d really hope! Take a look at our Photography courses if you fancy some free scran, or you could always stick with the making of the scran on our Catering courses.

 

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