If you’re stuck at home a great way to keep yourself entertained is to immerse yourself in food photography projects. You may think you need…
Making food photography marketable can be a difficult ask - here's some inspiration from the Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year.
Tamron’s new superzoom covers an astonishing zoom range and benefits from a light and compact form factor. Michael Topham tests the first working sample
With the closing date for entries just around the corner on 5th February, there’s still time to get snapping for the Pink Lady Food Photographer…
You don’t need a lot of expensive gear to shoot great images of food, as Michael Powell explains.
This year's Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year has opened for entries
This image of 98 items of food cut into perfect cubes was paintakingly arranged, with no Photoshop, by design studio Lenert and Sander
Take a look at some of the spectacular photography from the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2015 competition in our gallery
Take part and vote on this week's poll - Have you ever attempted food photography?
Everything from mince pies to a celebratory glass of champagne or even Christmas dinner itself can make a fantastic photographic subject. Here’s how you can…
The search is on to find the next Food Photographer of the Year, as Amateur Photographer magazine’s Editor joins the judging panel.
German-born photographer Michael Schmidt has been named the winner of the fifth Prix Pictet prize for a project showing food's journey from source to table
UK photographer Tessa Bunney has won the Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2014.
The cream of the crop in food photography is set to go on show in an online gallery from Friday.
Chefs should ‘embrace’ food photography and not follow a reported crackdown on diners taking pictures of their meals, says the UK founder of an international…
A French photographer’s image of pigs in a field has beaten more than 3,000 entries to win a global food photography competition. Picture: Jean Cazals