Minimalism as Less Elements
|Photo By © Prakash Ghai|
When you shoot textures, shooting them up-close is ideal. Always review your shot on the LCD screen. Zoom-in and check if there is decent sharpness in the photo. If not, take another shot. It may look simple to shoot but sometimes you may struggle to get simple texture shots sharp, and to make them display the colors accurately. This becomes a challenge, especially in harsh sunlight. Check the angle of light. Make sure it falls diagonally around 45 degrees on the wall or else pick a different wall.
The shot above is low resolution and as a regular practice the higher resolution without watermark shots are uploaded to my Pixels.com sales gallery.
You can buy the Full Size image by clicking the "Buy Now" link under the photo. Or if you want to use this texture for a project or for commercial use, then click on the "License this for Commercial use" link under the photo.
Hope you enjoyed the shot. If you too have some texture shots, please post a link to them in the comments below. Wish you all a nice day. Greetings from Jaipur, India.