Please email me your photos by 21 July 2005, (spectacular excuses may get you a small extension) winner(s) will be announced right here at Lex Culinaria on 31 July 2005.
As always the rules are:
- You may only submit one photo
- The photo must be food-related
- The must have been taken by you (but does not have to be of food prepared by you – i.e. photos of restaurant food from a review are fine)
- The photo must have appeared on your blog in the month of June
Also, If you could let me know what camera and (if applicable) photo editing software you used for your photo, your fellow food bloggers will appreciate it. We all have something to learn!
Sweetnicks used her Canon PowerShot A400 to snap this tasty pizza photo
Shalimar of For the Love of Travel and Food got in a last minute entry with her photo of mussel shells
Gemma of Part-Time Pro Bono Baker made some tasty looking gougeres and photographed them with a Canaon Powershot S45
Megan from I Heart Bacon whipped up some little Sliders at home and photographed them using a Panasonic Lumix DMC-LC50
Kelly from the Occasional Epicure used a Sony Cybershot DSC-P100 to reveal the secrets of candy-making
Augustus Gloop from Grab Your Fork imortalised her yummy Choko tarts using a Sony Cybershot DSC-P100
Alice of Epicurean Debauchery used a Canon EOS Digital Rebel and Photoshop (for resizing) her photo of a lovely dinner out to celebrate a friend's success
Joycelyn of Kuidaore submitted a great photo of her stellar cheesecake
Andy from Spittoon used a Sharp Gx30 camera phone to photograph this tasty fat fish cake
Gwenda from Taott! used a Nikon Coolpix 370 and photoshop to adjust the saturation on this great wine shot
Jeannie from Cook & Eat, another first-timer to DMBLGIT, used a Panasonic Lumix SZ1 and Picassa2 to take this tasty photo of Red Wine Butter & Salmon. Yum!
Melissa from Hecticium made some yummy looking elderflower gin and captured the tiny little blossoms with her Canon EOS 50E with a 100mm macro lens and provia slide film - which she scanned into the computer -amazing effort.
Nupur from One Hot Stove (who makes some very yummy looking Indian food, I must say!) used her trusty Fuji FinePix 2800 Zoom to take this photo of her Rosy Apple Tartlets
Lori from Dessert Comes First photographed a gorgeous caramel cake with her Canon Powershot G4
Modest Ana from Pumpkin Pie Bungalow photographed her gorgeous Portuguese egg white pudding
Beth from Kitchen Mage used a Nikon D70 to take this gorgeous photo of bagels and lox
Fellow Canuck, Jennifer of Roast Chicken Reasoning brings us a great photo of her Oeuf en Meurette
The sweet Susan from Farmgirl Fare used a Kodak easyshare DX3700 to take this homey photo of farmhouse white
Brandon of Brandon Eats photographed some seriously yummy looking porkchops!
Kevin of Seriously Good brings us this seriously good looking braciole photo
Grace of Piggy's Cooking Journal Used a Canon Ixus IIS to immortalize her Asparagus stir-fried with fresh lily
Celeste of Chopstick Cinema used a DGX-308 and a combination of Photoshop and Picassa for editing this sweet photo of her garden's first produce
Amy of Beauty Joy Food is another first time entrant who makes a mean-looking peel and eat shrimp
Aun, everybody's favourite Chubby Hubby, woos us with homemade Gyoza, photographed with his trusty Nikon D70 with a 50mm f1.4 lens and using Photoshop 5 for minor adjustments
Stef of Stefoodie has promised to make me these yummy lemongrass mussels for dinner (she just doesn't know it yet.)
Catherine of EatzyBitsy captured her photogenic wontons using a Pentax Optio S4i
Sarah at The Delicious Life sent in a scrummy-looking strawberry stuffed French toast photo
Barbara at Tigers & Strawberries sent in a shot of her Pork with fermented Black Bean using a Canon A80
True Blue Aussie Saffron of Writing on a Paper Napkin makes a mean French toast and a mean photo of it with her Olympus C-310 Zoom
Dagmar of A Cat in The Kitchen used her trusty old Olympus Camedia C-3020 to take this great photo of a partly assembled mudslide drink! Everyone! Drinks over at Dagmar's!
Michele at Oswego Tea makes a great looking eggplant roll and a takes a great picture with her Nikon Coolpix 5700
ChefDoc at A Perfect Pear is clearly as adept with and egg or two and his Olympus C-3040 as he is with a colonoscope
McAuliflower at Brownie Points photographed these very attractive soft cooked eggs
Dr. Biggles of Meathenge, whose camera setup puts us all to shame used a Nikon D70 with a Nikkor 60mm AF D f2.8 lens and a 250 watt UV balanced floodlight to bring us a tasty meaty photo. mmmm....bacon
Nicole from Baking Sheet used a Casio EX-Z750 to take this great photo of multicoloured macarons from a new patisserie near her
Sensational Sam from Becks'n'Posh sent in a photo of her spectacular homemade egg sandwich and crisps using a Canon 20D
Claire from Clea Cuisine brings us this gorgeous photo of sushi using a Nikon Coolpix 5200
Indira of Mahanandi brings photographed a yummy looking carrot cake using her Canon E5400
Mia of the Skinny Epicurean turned in a great photo of her whole wheat pasta with truffles using a Canon Powershot G5
Jennifer of Taste Everything Once used a Nikon Coolpix 4200 to capture these gorgeous juicy berries
Tara of Seven Spoons brings us a great (as always) photo using a Canon PowerShot A510 3.3MP Digital Camera and Photoshop 7.0 to correct levels
Stephanie of Dispensing Happiness brings us a great photo of her tasty looking foccacia
William Never trust a Skinny Chef Conway used a Canon S230 and Photoshop 6.0 for this great photo of a tasty chicken fajita!
The format is the same as last month, with five judges awarding points for aesthetics (is it beautiful?), eatability (does it make you drool?) and originality (is the image particularly interesting or different?).