Monday, September 24, 2012


"There's an ecstasy about doing something really good on film: the composition of a shot, the drama within the shot, the texture... It's palpable."
William Shatner 

Good 'Ole Captain Kirk hit it straight on.  Texture in a photograph is euphoric and why?  Because an image with texture that you can 'feel' with your eyes has entered into a higher realm  The photograph becomes more than a visual art expanding to one that you can touch...and touching leads to speaking to your soul. 

tex·ture [noun] 1. the visual and especially tactile quality of a surface.

Shadow Berry

Berry Flip 




Feel It


Berry Group

This month's challenge utilizes texture in a variety of visual and digital ways to add a new dimension to food photography.  Next check out the talented Tammy Bilodeau ~ Whitecourt, AB Photographer  


Tammy Bilodeau said...

Ohhhhh Kat the mood in these is really spectacular. the textures you chose work so nicely together and the mono chromatic tones give them an entirely different fell so great

Allison Jacobs said...

Wow, you really brought out the texture in these berries Kat! I love the depth & tone here---so artistic!

Caroline said...

I never thought of shooting blue berries in B&W before! These are so rich and stunning! Beautiful work!

Kay Pickens said...

Love the composition and lighting on these! Very nice job.