Lens Artists Challenge #226 – Textures

This is my third week in participating in this challenge. I have to say, there has been beautiful posts about the chosen topics tthese past weeks, I have found new blogs to follow and it has given me inspiration and intoduced me to new places and ways to look at photos. But to the topic at hand…

Jude from Cornwall in Colours hosts this weeks LAPC #226 – Textures.

She wrote; Texture is one method of bringing life to your photos. While the structure of an object is its form, the material from which it is made constitutes its texture You are aiming at translating texture visually, bringing life and energy to a photo through shape, tone and colour.

I have done macro photography for some time and capturing texture is one of the aspects of it. Hope you enjoy my findings in the world of textures, I am also going to post my findings from nature and the nature’s produces, fruits and vegetables plus some spices,

Texture adds variety and visual stimulus to the surface of a photograph. There is a better chance of getting an exciting photograph from a laboured study with texture than from a smooth clarity without it.

Posted for Jude’s Lens-Artists Challenge

19 thoughts on “Lens Artists Challenge #226 – Textures

  1. Thank you for joining in with the challenge this week. Your photography is stunning. I love macro photography too, it really does get you to look at the detail and forget about the whole subject. I can’t choose a favourite from your collections as they are all so good, but I did smile at that pomegranate.
    Jude xx

  2. Ritva, these are so tasty, deliciously photographed and structured. The berries are outstandingly beautiful. Did they become jam, gele or what?

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