Show us a view of a vegetable we have never experienced
(be careful where your mind wanders here!), or give us a classic 'master' presentation. This contest relies less on
equipment and amazing subjects than on the raw talent and creativity of the photographer.
Your job: Photograph a single vegetable (not a group, a herd or a cluster... just one vegetable) in any manner you choose.
The vegetable should be the obvious centre of interest in the photograph.
For this contest we will use the 'traditional' definition of a vegetable. Technically, things like tomatoes,
cucumbers, and peppers are actually fruit (anything that has seeds or comes from the flowering part of the plant is a fruit),
but for this contest, if it is 'traditionally' thought of as a vegetable it will do fine. So pick a vegetable and get shooting!
For classical examples visit the page of one of
the most influential American Photographer of the Twentieth Century
For some more modren interpretations see:
FL4095, Shun Sasabuchi; Yellow Zucchini, Diced
P.Austring; Corn on the Cob, Lit
This contest was prepared by Darwin.