Congratulations to the Winners of the Let’s do Lunch! Photo Contest

We’d like to thank everyone that submitted photos for this contest and special thanks to our sponsors and judges, that guided us along the way.

The GRAND PRIZE winning photo came from Katya Evdokimova:


© Katya Evdokimova

We are in touch with the Food Bank in London that Ms. Evdokimova asked the donation be made to, and will be issuing a check to them. Thank you all for that.


DOWN TO BUSINESS CATEGORY WINNER- Mark Tedeschi


© Mark Tedeschi

“This photo is of Rt. Hon. Bishop Kenneth Leslie, the former Bishop of Bathurst in NSW, Australia. Bishop Leslie was one of the longest serving Bishops in the history of the Anglican Church in Australia. Here he was having lunch in a restaurant in Bathurst. Bishop Leslie is now almost 99 years old.”

FRIENDS AND FAMILY CATEGORY WINNER- Dan Komoda


© Dan Komoda

“My daughter enjoying her first fish and chips lunch. She absolutely loved the tarter sauce.”

STREET CATEGORY WINNER- Betty Liou


© Betty Liou

“A legend in the street food business, this noodle company has been around for 30 years in Taiwan. The owners still operate out of their mobile cart, but they now own all the buildings on the block due to their success.”

STUDENT CATEGORY WINNER- Tatiana Loria Rio


© Tatiana Loria Rio

“After a long photoshoot at school, we were playing with Anette in my house and got the look I wanted at the first time.”

PEOPLE’S CHOICE CATEGORY WINNER- Julie Antillon


© Julie Antillon
This was the last dinner my son choose as a civilian. It was the night we were taking him to the recruiters office, he was flying out the next day for Air Force BMT. We were in a race against time and our favorite sushi place wasnt open this early, so we went to Dono Sushi and told them why we were there and that our time was limited. They gave us excellent service and great food! A great meal and special time to be remembered for all of us! (I didnt take this Photo expecting to enter a contest. That is my sons hand reaching for the sushi) Thank You!!


Visit Let’s Do Lunch! Photo contest to see all of the winners and the honorable mentions.

We will be making a book via Blurb.com including all of those photographs, and 20% of the sale of those will go to Food Banks.
Like we said. Eat, Shoot, Win Prizes, Feed People.
And start shooting because we’re doing this again!

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