The organisers of The BBC Good Food Shows are on the hunt for the nation's very best amateur food photographers.

Calling all food-loving photographers

The organisers of The BBC Good Food Shows are on the hunt for the nation’s very best amateur food photographers.

Whether it’s a picture of your favourite dish, a cake you love to bake or a photo of your local farmers’ market, you are invited to share it with BBC Good Food Show. If you do, there’s a foodie day out to win, and winners can also expect to see their pictures in the ‘BBC Good Food Magazine’.

The best food and cooking images will be featured in the official BBC Good Food Show 2014 Desktop Calendar, which will be available to download onto computer desktops from December.

‘BBC Good Food Magazine’ editor Gillian Carter said: “We’re so excited about the very first BBC Good Food Shows Calendar. As a live show and magazine we are dedicated to finding what’s new and exciting in the food world, and this includes wonderful photographs of food.”

The judging panel will be made up of representatives from the BBC Good Food Shows and ‘BBC Good Food Magazine’. Entries will be judged according to three criteria: mouth-watering images; technical merit; and impact. All entries will be accepted, from smart phone snaps to professional photographer shots. There will be both an adult and children’s category open to 16 – 18 year olds.

Winning entries will also receive four tickets to the BBC Good Food Show of their choice in 2014 and be featured in a future issue of ‘BBC Good Food Magazine’.

Entrants must upload their photo to bbcgoodfoodshowsummer.com/foodphotography by August 15 or tweet their entry to @BBCGoodFoodShow using #GFSCalendar stating whether they are entering the Adult or Child category.

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