Celebrate International Food Photography and Film Day 2015

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Time for a Sociable Feast!

International Food Photography and Film Day takes place on Thursday 12 November 2015 – a day to celebrate food photography and film in a caring sharing way. Why not put together a smorgasbord of food and celebrate your favourite food cultures with family and friends.

Organisers hope their Food for Sharing theme for 2015 will inspire entrants to take a winning shot or film of your favourite feast. Wherever you are on Thursday 12 November, you can create your own food masterpiece. Looking for inspiration, see our Food for the Family and Food for Celebration Finalists’ gallery here.

Everyone who takes part on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram on Thursday 12 November 2015 using the hashtag #FeastSocial will automatically be entered into a draw to win an amazing 5 credits to enter Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2016 and a Partridges Festive Delights Hamper. The hamper is bursting with delicious goodies, including biscuits, chocolates, preserves and even a Christmas pudding and mince pies, just in time for yuletide festivities. (Please note contents may vary subject to customs requirements dependent upon the country of residence of the winner. Please visit the website for the T&Cs)

Pictures and films on phones or cameras, whatever comes to hand, make this a day to remember, for an art form that has been around, astonishingly, for more than 150 years, recording and celebrating all aspects of the earth’s bounty.

www.internationalfoodphotographyday.com

#FeastSocial

Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year 2016 closes for entries Sunday 7 February 2016 – visit the website for more details.

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GRAM magazine is a monthly compilation of how a city experiences all things food and drink. It does away with traditional magazine formulas, offering instead a snapshot of articles, opinions and reviews, published online by local food bloggers. It has been created to give its readers access to varied, unbiased and unedited opinions about eating and drinking throughout the city, from independent and local sources.