Working with Textures – 8 Ideas to Get You Started

Working with Textures – 8 Ideas to Get You Started

The brick in this produces texture because you can see all the different spots and it looks rough. i like this because the brick isnt uniform it looks like an armature made it.

John 19:5 So Jesus came out, wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe. Pilate said to them,"Behold the man!"

Thorns: Modified stems or branches that come to a dense sharp projection. Thorns may vary between different plant species but all share the same purpose which is to fend off potential threats by herbivores

chillypepperhothothot: “ Sunday Breakfast by Chapman Burnett on Flickr. ”

This picture has great textural lighting in the cracks of the egg shells. The way the lighting bounces off the surface on the bottom to fill out the egg shells is amazing.

The texture in this image is really interesting as the icicles against the metal are really intriguing. The background being blurred creates a more up close and personal feel to the photo as it looks like you're invading its space by getting so close to the chain.

"Wow, we missed a frozen iron // metal shackle in the list of our favorite photos. Love the gradient in the background: the colors really sparkle in contrast to the hurting frozen chain covered with ice crystals.

Close up of corn on the cob image for purchase on GettyImages bfghjklbvcdtyj, I…

Close up of corn on the cob image for purchase on GettyImages bfghjklbvcdtyj, I like the soft buttery yellow color.

staples on a telephone pole.  I need to make my own version of this image.  It could be a series--bulletin boards; other sign-posting places.

staples on a telephone pole. I need to make my own version of this image. It could be a series--bulletin boards; other sign-posting places. This photo shows a great display of texture. The wood is very worn.

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