Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Working with Textures – 8 Ideas to Get You Started

This Guest Post by Claire Woollam from The Digital Iris on Digital Photo School site shows that we can take interesting pictures from the most mundane situations.


The Oxford Dictionary defines texture as ‘the way a surface, substance or piece of cloth feels when you touch it, for example how rough, smooth, hard or soft it is’.

As photographers we constantly strive to capture what we see in our pictures. Shooting textures takes the challenge one step further: conveying to the viewer not only how something looks, but also how it feels to the touch. A great texture shot reaches out and grabs you.
To get you going, here are a few classic texture subjects to think about...

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