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Exploration #29 “Exploring Vegetables”

Session: June 19th 7.00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Deadline: Midnight June 17th

Many well-known photographers (and some not so well known but great), have photographed vegetables for many important reasons. They are excellent subjects for the exploration of shape, sculptural form, texture, and colour etc. - sometimes on their own and often in the form of a still life.

This exercise is both a challenge and a learning opportunity. As always you should approach this by first researching and gathering examples from a wide variety of sources that you can study for their aesthetic and technical characteristics. Then decide on an approach or example that you would like to follow in your own style, exploring through experimentation and keeping in mind the simplicity and impact that makes for a very strong image. See especially the work of Edward Weston, Irvin Penn and Charles Jones but there many examples on the internet in a wide variety of styles and formats.

Submit up to three different solutions in black and white or colour. Max size 5 MB and please put your name first in the image title. Thank you! Send to robin@imaginacorporation.com.

Photo Credits: Robin King – “Onion”

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