Image bank - texture:
The photos below show texture. Each of the pictures show a completely different style of texture which shows that texture is not always the same thing. From looking at these pictures I have noticed that it quite hard to duplicate the texture to get the same patter as most textures are natural and cannot be made to be the exact same. The pictures below show the variety in texture and also how it is man made and natural. The texture in photography allows for more details to be expressed in a photo, it allows it to come away from the completely 2D feel and allows for a little bit of edge.
In this image the use of tone helps to make the the cracks in the surface standout. This is effective because each individual crack is noticeable and they all standout together to portray the texture of the surface. The tone enhances the cracks and gives them a 3D feel which makes it look as if some on on different levels.
The use of colour in this image helps to give a true representation of the object. The close up of the image helps to clearly show what the texture is almost making it look as if you could actually be able to feel the object.
The use of a close up in this image makes the rope in the image look 3D and makes it standout. In this image each individual line within the rope standout making up the texture of the image.
In this image the use of tone enhances the texture. The tone highlights each individual line and aspect of the weaving. This helps to get a idea of what type of texture the image would have. The angle of this photo also helps to get a feel for the texture of the image if you was close to it as well as far away.
In these two images the use of colour helps to show the texture. The use of different shades of colour, help to show the different line breaks and parts of each aspect of the photo. This is effective because you can clearly see the build up of the photo and the object. You can also see the aspects of the photo singularly as well as a whole.