Photo 101: Closeup, Contrast, and Cropping

Unicorns and tomato

Unicorns and tomato

My daughter has always been a flower gardener, but this year she branched out into fruits and vegetables. A few days ago, she brought me one perfect tomato, and I  used it to cover several Photo 101 lessons: color contrast, closeup, and cropping. As I look at it now, I see a few things I could do to improve the picture, but this was my best effort at the time.

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2 Responses to Photo 101: Closeup, Contrast, and Cropping

  1. myrickeaton says:

    What kind of tomato did she plant? That is perfectly beautiful. I want to EAT it!

    • Hazel says:

      I did eat it immediately after the photo shoot. I’m not sure what kind of tomato it is, but the ones so far have been about the size of a golf ball.

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