Have you noticed how taking a "slice" out of a photo can sometimes make an otherwise ordinary photo into something quite special? This is a technique I have been using a lot recently, so I have assembled here a little collection for your delectation...
I agree Mark that clever cropping can make all the difference.ReplyDelete
Mark...those are such beautiful photos. You really are talented. The cropping is perfect. Food porn.ReplyDelete
Your veg is the winner here Mark superb quality, it doesn`t need any further enhancement to improve the look of it.ReplyDelete
Lovely veg and lovely photos!ReplyDelete
Love your cropping (both the photos and your growing of veggies, pun intended). Those photos would be lovely framed for the kitchen!ReplyDelete
gorg pics beautiful vegesReplyDelete
It definitely makes a difference but I never would have thought about it if you hadn't pointed it out.ReplyDelete
I do that all the time. You can practically taste the blueberries in the bottom photo.ReplyDelete
Great photos Mark, I must try this technique on some of my pics.ReplyDelete
I was thinking the same as Egretta - have you ever had a photo put on canvas?ReplyDelete
I use cropping a lot too.
Sue, yes I have had one of my photos printed onto canvas, but it was one of my "modern art" efforts, not one of veg. I might have to consider having another one done...Delete
As always, they are so lovely. Love the blush on the blueberries.ReplyDelete
I agree. I wish I could frame a few!ReplyDelete