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Published by SmitaRoy321

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Categories:Topics, Art & Design
Published by: SmitaRoy321 on Jan 05, 2012
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial


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Smita Roy
I like the bright redcolour of the tomatomakes the image vibrantand the suddencontrasting green of thetomato stalks that standout of the image.
I liked the technique theyused in making the fronttwo tomatoes in focuswhilst the tomatoes at theback are out of focus whichemphasizes the images atthe front and shows therelation between in termsof distance between thetomatoes at the back andthose at the front.I like the use of waterdroplets on thetomatoes whichexaggerates thefreshness of thetomatoes.I like the position of thetomatoes in focusbecause the toppling overof the tomatoes reflectsthe idea of the tomatoesbeing freshly picked andunintentionally positionedon the table.I like the use of close upshot for the tomatoesbecause it emphasizesthe object.I like how the image islighted because the lightsource in this imagehighlights the tomatoes skingiving an impression of freshness and alsoemphasizing the waterdroplets as it reflects thelight.I like the natural tones of thetomatoes that vary from dark redto light red which works well withthe lighting of the object as itshows the parts that are exposedto light and the parts that arent.

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