1. Harvesting Gold

Bangladeshi photographer Kazi Mushfig portrays the hard work of farmers in the rice harvest and the meaning of the value of the grain, “they are like gold for them,” says Kazi.

Harvesting Gold - Credit Kazi Mushfig
Harvesting Gold – Credit Kazi Mushfig

CATEGORY: “BRING HOME THE HARVEST”.

PHOTOGRAPHER: KAZI MUSHFIG

(PINK® LADY FOOD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR)

 

  1. Cauldron Noodles

An obscenely spectacular photograph outlining the birthday celebration of the goddess Nuwa in China. The entire population is dressed in Qing dynasty costumes gathered around the giant pot noodles.

A moment of maximum enjoyment that the photographer Jianhui Liao has managed to capture and has been awarded with the prize “Pink Lady® Food Photographer Of The Year 2019”. The image was chosen among 9 thousand photographs from 77 countries.

Cauldron Noodles - Credit Jianhui Liao
Cauldron Noodles – Credit Jianhui Liao

CATEGORY: FOOD FOR CELEBRATION SPONSORED BY CHAMPAGNE TAITTINGER

PHOTOGRAPHER: JIANHUI LIAO

(PINK® LADY FOOD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR)

 

  1. Drying pasta

As if it were a piece of clothing, these sheets of pasta with herbs hang on a hanger in the window.

Drying pasta - Credit Aimee Twigger
Drying pasta – Credit Aimee Twigger

CATEGORY: FOOD BLOGGERS

PHOTOGRAPHER: AIMEE TWIGGER

(PINK® LADY FOOD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR)

 

  1. In the Balance

British food stylist Kim Morphew captures the fashion encounter with this delicious fruit.

In the Balance - Credit Arthur Woodcroft
In the Balance – Credit Arthur Woodcroft

CATEGORY: FOOD STYLIST AWARD

PHOTOGRAPHER: ARTHUR WOODCROFT

FOOD STYLIST: KIM MORPHEW

(PINK® LADY FOOD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR)

 

  1. Rishu Kesarwale

India is the temple of street cuisine. In the image we see a vendor pouring milk around a giant milk pot in one of the most busiest streets of the city of Allahabad.

Rishu Kesarwale - Credit Debdatta Chakraborty
Rishu Kesarwale – Credit Debdatta Chakraborty

CATEGORY: STREET FOOD

PHOTOGRAPHER: DEBDATTA CHAKRABORTY

(PINK® LADY FOOD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR)

 

  1.  Cock Hawker

A man in Bangladesh carrying hens on his head. Without a doubt, it is an art.

Cock Hawker - Credit Yousuf Tushar
Cock Hawker – Credit Yousuf Tushar

CATEGORY: FOOD FOR SALE

PHOTOGRAPHER: YOUSUF TUSHAR

(PINK® LADY FOOD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR)

 

  1. Drinking Water Suppliers

A photo that makes you think. The photographer Mohammed Shajahan, shows how this man carries drinking water containers in the middle of the sea polluted by waste.

Drinking Water Suppliers - Credit Mohammed Shajahan
Drinking Water Suppliers – Credit Mohammed Shajahan

CATEGORY: WORLD FOOD PROGRAM FOOD FOR LIFE

PHOTOGRAPHER: MOHAMMED SHAJAHAN

(PINK® LADY FOOD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR)

 

  1. Red Octopus

This octopus seems to be alive and wants to leave the plate for you to be the food. The photographer Cosimo Barletta compares it to “Kraken”, a sea monster that is said to have appeared on the Norwegian coast.

Red Octopus - Credit Cosimo Barletta
Red Octopus – Credit Cosimo Barletta

 

  1. Broken egg

A staging with white balloons that seems to be half a dozen eggs, except one that is broken. This is how the British Michael Hedge represents the fine line that exists between food, agriculture and the countryside.

Broken egg - Credit Michael Hedge
Broken egg – Credit Michael Hedge

CATEGORY: FUJIFILM AWARD FOR INNOVATION

PHOTOGRAPHER: MICHAEL HEDGE

(PINK® LADY FOOD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR)

 

  1. The Girl

A very typical discussion between a father and an almost adolescent daughter who insists every summer to pierce her ear to wear an earring. His father, photographer Tiree says: “maybe, this year.”

The Girl - Tiree Dawson
The Girl – Tiree Dawson

CATEGORY: PINK LADY® APPLE A DAY

PHOTOGRAPHER: TIREE DAWSON

(PINK® LADY FOOD PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR)