Shooting Bread for Its Texture
When I took my camera with me to the Farmer’s Market a couple of weeks ago, I took the normal shots of all the veggies and fresh produce. It was starting to get crowded, so it was time to move one.
I spotted some bread samples and asked if I could take some photos. The vendor looked at me like I was a bit crazy (which is pretty normal for Santa Fe 🙂 ), and said that I could.
As I looked through my macro lens, I could see the great textures of the bread, the different shapes of the samples, and the muted color palate. I thought I had the makings for my type of photo.
And this is what I got. I really do like the textures of the bread and how the samples fill up a lot of the vertical space of the photo, and that the focus is lower in the photo.
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