Texture Tuesday



I bought these little garlics from my friend. His wife's parents are growing garlic.  When I saw these the first thought was that they are cute and I really have to take some pictures of them and after that I can think to use them. First things first.

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  1. Yes, cute! Who needs food for eating! I should really take pictures of the tomatoes our neighbor brought over today.

    This is a fantastic image! I love how you have them rolling out of the jar! Lovely!

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  2. Great composition and good use of texture. A very unique image.

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  3. What a great difference ! adding that texture took away the pink colour cast and really improves the colour of the garlic.

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  4. I adore your composition and processing! These little garlics are so photogenic...the perfect subjects! I love the textures you chose...especially the old photo edge! Love it all!

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  5. Isn't it funny how they get food and take pictures of it before even thinking of eating it lol. Great pictures by the way.

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  6. WOW! I love the way you manipulated this photo in photoshop :) Keep it up!

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  7. They are so round and perfect - for some reson, the garlic here is much more bulbous. Maybe it's a different type? Regardless, a very nice shot!

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  8. Lovely shot! Love your composition and the your edit is gorgeous. Such a wonderful use of texture.

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  9. Dina texturer är fantastiska. Inspirerande teknik och underbara bilder!
    Hälsningar Halina

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  10. Söpöjä valkosipuleita ja hieno lopputulos!

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  11. Wonderful whites...pretty composition!

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  12. Garlic, huh? I thought these were pearl onions! The photos turned out great.

    I must tell you - I love the photo of you on your blog!

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  13. Beautifully composed and processed image! I've never seen round heads of garlic -- I thought they were onions. Everything on your blog is presented so elegantly. It is always fun to visit you!

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  14. It's a lovely composition and I like the way you processed it!

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  15. that's the way to go! capture it first to last forever and then eat it. :) beautiful capture with and without texture.

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  16. Henrietta this is great work, love the textures they are perfect!

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  17. Lovely little still life and wonderful texture work as usual!

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  18. I always enjoys your photogra[hs Henrietta- simple but oh so beautiful.

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  19. Kyllä ovat nättejä! Ja tuunauksesi teki niistä vielä kauniimpia! Hennooko noita syödäkään?

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  20. beautifully done! love the composition!

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  21. It was amazing to see the before and after, what a difference the textures made. Your finished image is really special.

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  22. These are great, Henrietta. You are so creative! :)

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  23. What a beautiful garlic, I thought they were tiny onions! :) Great processing, well done!

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  24. You can even make garlic look pretty! Amazing!

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  25. Haha, I never thought of garlic being cute, but they are!

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  26. I just love your processing here, it's gorgeous!

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  27. Stunning images ~ all very beautiful!

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  28. Fabulous photos-I've never seen such beautiful garlic! Nice to know someone who grows it so you can photograph it basically fresh from the ground.

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  29. You're the best Henrietta!
    Tell me, is the layer that's blue where you grouped the ones below (or
    Ctrl, Alt, Shift, E?)

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  30. Awesome piece! Love how artfully you display everything - the texture, the before image and the after image. I really like your blog layout. Great use of Kim's texture. Those little garlic pods are so photogenic!

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  31. I love how you can take a simple photo and lift it to extraordinary. I can see this hanging on someone's kitchen wall.

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