DMBLGiT October 2012 - Meet the Judges

DMBLGiT October 2012 – Meet the Judges

The entries for DMBLGiT October 2012 edition have been flowing in all week and they are looking gorgeous! A big thank you to all of you who have been sending your beautiful photos. You still have more than enough time to participate, so keep those entries coming! Deadline is October 20th, 2012 at midnight. To see the all the beautiful entries, please visit the DMBLGiT October 2012 gallery.

And now it’s time to meet the judges…

Let’s welcome each of the wonderful and talented ladies who will review the entries for DMBLGiT October 2012. I truly appreciate each of these brilliant bloggers and I can’t thank them enough for taking time out of their busy schedule to be a part of this event. I’m sure most of you already know them, but if you are yet to explore their blogs, here’s a little about each of them in their own modest words. Please visit their gorgeous blogs and take a look at their amazing work!

Meeta K. Wolff

Meeta K. WolfMy name is Meeta K. Wolff and I am a freelance food photographer, stylist and writer. I was born in India but I have been living in Germany for the past 19 years.
My love for food photography stems from my obsession with food itself and I combine the two passions on my multi-faceted blog. What’s For Lunch, Honey? has been nominated for several awards, including finalist in the Weblog Awards 2010 and 2011 for Best European Weblog and can also be found on the Times Online’s Top 50 Food Blogs. I currently work as a food photographer, stylist and writer in Europe. My photography is represented by Wonderful Machine and has been featured and recognized in magazines and websites around the world. As a writer, my work has been published in the Foodies of the World, a guide to food blogs around the world published by the Slattery Media Group. I am also one of the four creators and instructors of the successful series From Plate to Page, an intensive hands-on food photography and writing workshop aimed primarily at food bloggers, writers and photographers. My perspective on food photography and styling is unconventional and I am not afraid to break certain rules to capture the perfect shot.

What’s For Lunch, Honey?  |  @MeetaWFLH  |  Meeta Khurana Wolff Photography

Ana V. Djurdjević

Ana V. DjurdjevićArt has always been my great love and to me, cooking is one of it’s genres. When combined with great photography, it becomes a masterpiece. Writing a blog gave me an opportunity to merge the two loves and opened a window to a world of new flavors, cultures and brought me close to people who share the same passions. I don’t see recipes as complex mathematical formulae, but as an infinite array of possibilities and combinations where love is the main ingredient. My inspiration is everyday life, smiles on people’s faces when they taste something delicious, joy of experimenting… And I really love taking photos of food, especially good food.

Prstohvat soli  |  facebook

Sylvie Shirazi

Sylvie ShiraziI am freelance food photographer. My blog, Gourmande in the Kitchen, is where I share simple whole food recipes that celebrate the joy that real food brings to our lives. I believe that food has a unique story to tell us through its texture, color and shape, and try to bring this to life through my camera. Through my blog, I hope to inspire others to follow their instincts, trust their taste buds, and find a sense of confidence in the kitchen as well as behind the camera.

Gourmande in the Kitchen  |  Sylvie Shirazi Photography

Pamela Rodríguez

Pamela RodríguezMy name is Pamela Rodríguez and I live in Bilbao, Spain. I’m 33 years old and I have discovered my love for cooking at a young age. I started writing my blog in 2009. Uno de Dos reflects my passion for cooking and beautiful things. Every day I try to find some time to write, to read and find inspiration everywhere.
I like crossword puzzles, but I hate rainy days. I keep a small box of memories and I’m such a perfectionist that I repeat a recipe as many times as neccesary to get the result I want. I like to guess the ingredients of dishes that have been prepared by others and would like to learn to make more exotic recipes, like home fried eggs or sushi.

Uno de Dos  |  @UnodedosRecetas  |  facebook