Photography competition

Pink Lady Food Photographer Of The Year 2018

I was lucky enough this year to be able to attend the finalist gallery at the 2018 Pink Lady Food Photographer Of The Years in the Mall Galleries in London. I have entred this compeition twice before in previous years but was never able to finish first from the finalsts. I entered my images 3 minutes before the dead line and was lucky enough to be short listed and tehn make it into the top 3! 

- How I shot my images -

All the images from the shoot were shot in my kitchen. I had brainstomred and planned a few ideas and then experimetned and spent an entire day shooting to trying different shots and looks. I came up withe about 10 images that I broke down to my final 3 images that I would enter. Most of the shots were actually shot very simply. For example the winning image was set up on a A2 peice of card that I curved up as a backdrop and then lit with a beauty dish and a reflector. 

- Three Final Images I Entered -  

This year my image "Finishing Touches" was awarded first place in the 14-17 category! It was a fantastic experience and I am glad I got to meet so many other inspiring creatives and be surrounded by others peoples amazing work. Fingers crossed for next years competition!

Here are a few images from the day -

Find out more -

If you would like to know more about the compeitiion either get in touch or have a look over on the competition wesbite and entere next years competition yourself!

Redland Green School - Winter Theme Photography Competition

Back in November, we released the RGS winter photo competition and now the results are in and the judges have decided the winner. A huge thank you to everyone who has entered the competition, the quality of images entered by students was incredible! 

1st Place Winner-

A huge congratulations to Thomas Ormsby who was voted by the judges as first place winner in this terms photo competition! The judges said they love the low vantage point of the leaves and the atmosphere in the image od the image. Congratulations!

- 3 Runners Up -

Lulu Watts

Lulu Watts showed the judges their photographic talent with this stunning snowscape which placed as our first runner up. A very tough decision for me and the judges! Congratulations.

Nathan Cartlidge 

This image entered by Nathan Cartridge won itself a place as a runner place because the judges love the quality and colours of the image.


Stefan Henney 

Our final runner up chosen was Stefan Henney who's image impressed the judges with its wintery feel and intresting depth. 

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Another thank you to everyone to entered the competition including, 

Emily Spence

Stefan Henney 

Dominic Fonseka 

Nathan Cartlidge 

Lulu Watts 

Tomas Ormsby

Below is a gallery of the shortlisted images and the images entered. Have a look through and put who you think ahs the strongest image in the comments below! 

- Shortlist images and all Entrants - 

- People's Choice -

Do you agree or disagree with the judge's decision? What was your favourite shot? Let me know by commenting below!