Multicoloured Carrots by May Lawrence

I love roasting root vegetables, especially baby carrots. When I saw this in my local supermarket, I was elated because it is very rare to find these Australian imported carrots in Bangkok, and in 3 colours too! I used to buy them all the time in Australia. I just love the freshness and the combination and the richness of the red, purple and green together. The antique bronze plate with the fine details on it went perfectly well with the texture of the carrots. The photo was taken late afternoon in my home studio and next to the window. It was shot with natural light and I played with my plantation shutters to let the light through.

Canon EOS 6D with 24-70mm | Exposure 1/60sec @ f/4.5 | ISO 400 | Focal Length 50mm

Award Winner
Photo of the Day

Award Date
October 19, 2019

67

AWARD SCORE

Value 12
Clarity 12
Composition 18
Style 13
Skill 12

Award Category
Food Photography

Photograph Location
Bangkok

May is an Australian born in Singapore. She and her husband left Australia in 2007 and has been working and living in Asia since then. May has an enormous passion for cooking and when she resigned from her senior executive as a Regional Director in Asia in 2015, she decided to do enrol into Le Cordon Bleu and completed her professional patisserie chef diploma. May then thought it would be a great idea to combine food and photography and this is where her freelance food photography story started. She also loves to travel and explore culinary adventures. At the moment she is trying to improve on her street photography on her travels as well. Every person, culture, food and situation on the street has a story to tell, and there is so much history that goes with it. May believes photography is a great vehicle to understand and convey their meaning to the world.

Current Location
Bangkok, Thailand

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