These photos were for a project I did on color.  They represent several of the concepts I wrote about in the post 5 Ways to Use Color in Your Photography, including complimentary and analogous.

Lemon and avacado still life photograph using analogous colors

Lemons and Avacados
Analogous colors of green and yellow
f/5.6 – 1/160 sec – ISO 200 – Focal Length 55 mm

Fall gourds and pumpkins still life photograph using complimentary colors.

Fall Gourds and Pumpkins
Complimentary Colors of orange and blue
f/5.6 – 1/160 sec – ISO 200 – Focal Length 60 mm

Strawberry still life photograph using complimentary colors

Strawberries in a Bowl
Complimentary Colors of red and cyan
f/8 – 1/400 sec – ISO 100 – Focal Length 50 mm

Still life photograph of lemons with complimentary colors

Lemons on Blue
Complimentary Colors of blue and yellow
f/16 – 0.4 sec – ISO 400 – Focal Length 70 mm

2 Responses to “Fruit and Vegetable Still Life Photography”

  1. Managed hosting

    on October 28 2009

    I have to admire your photographic skill. Your pictures are so so natural I felt that these fruits are on my desk, not inside screen. Great work dude.

  2. Color Photography | photosbybrenna

    on November 22 2011

    […] a single color on most every room surface. An example is all blue or all yellow in one photo. *Analogous Colors are the three colors next to each other on the color wheel such as *red, orange, and yellow […]

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