There are over 2000 types of fruits around the world with every one of them beautifully created in different dazzling colours. To appreciate the beauty of any object, taking a close view will reveal both its beauty and its imperfections.

This contest is about taking your best close-up shots of any type of fruit revealing its beauty in detail. Find different types of fruit and unleash your photography skills by taking creative close-up shots. Post your best shots to join the contest.

To get some inspiration, have a look at this fruit close-up contest on Pxleyes from 3 years ago:

http://www.pxleyes.com/photography-contest/22479/fruit-close-up.htm
Winner of the Pxleyes fruit close-up contest, won by still26
— Winner of the Pxleyes fruit close-up contest, won by still26 —

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By nelutzu
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By kyricom
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By Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki
By photonut
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By Zizounai
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By Teecee
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By Wayne-Cheah
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nelutzu avatarLevel 6
nelutzu submitted:  
Rank: 1 out of 23 | 33 points

6 reactions
kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

Very nice shot.

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nelutzu avatarLevel 6
nelutzu says:  

thank you and appreciate

ggutentagg avatarLevel 9
ggutentagg says:  

Love those reflections, real nice

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

It is the echo of this photograph that sings out to me. In darkness, the orange hues pop out at us and hold us in your image. Did you use a slight Buz Sim Filter on this rendering it into photographic art? Gorgeous work

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

Mandarins CAN be interesting after all!

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

Very delicious looking.

nelutzu avatarLevel 6
nelutzu submitted:  
Rank: 2 out of 23 | 26 points

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ggutentagg avatarLevel 9
ggutentagg says:  

Truly amazin this... I can almost taste them

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

Instantaneously one has an emotional response to this post. A bit kitschy it is well presented technically with rich natural saturation and contrast, thought out staging, seamless background deliciously placed into the center of a square frame. If I saw this hanging in an art store I would purchase it and hang it in my kitchen. Luscious. thank you.

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

That is so cute... and they look so juicy

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

I love the heart-shaped stem. These cherries make my mouth water. Imagine if cherries were that big in reality. Two would fill us up for sure instead of having to eat a handful of them. Now I want to go and buy some cherries. :-)

kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom submitted:  
Rank: 3 out of 23 | 24 points

Yummy Snack - Pentax K-3

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ggutentagg avatarLevel 9
ggutentagg says:  

Looks so crisp, and yummy

1 reaction
kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

Thanks :-)

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

The contrast, the richness of colour naturally saturated, the seamless background, the focus is sharp showing sharp details the shadows are pulled out showing detail of berries, eye-popping beautiful. I also really like that your grapes are not all perfect, they show life, a bit of browning on the odd one, and to me for some strange reason is the icing on the cake!

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kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

Thanks. They're just what came out of our fridge. :-)

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

How did you do that background? .....seamless white.

kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom replied to Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki:  

Just white material, overexposed a little bit

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki replied to kyricom:  

OK thank you for that. I have used a black muslin cloth over cardboard to place behind flowers. My husband comes along to hold the black in place.

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

Now that's a quality dessert, just needs some whipped cream and lots of chocolate

1 reaction
kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

Whipped cream and chocolate make almost anything better. :-)

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

I want to make a fruit salad with all this fruit. A delicious dessert.

1 reaction
kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

I love fresh fruit, too

kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom submitted:  
Rank: 4 out of 23 | 21 points

Citrus Gradation - Pentax K-3

9 reactions
kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

Very thinly sliced lemon, orange, and blood orange on a pane of glass backlit over a black background.

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ggutentagg avatarLevel 9
ggutentagg says:  

How you come up with these idea, really like it

kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

LOL... I don't know. They just kind of reminded me of stained glass when sliced. Thanks.

photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut replied to kyricom:  

Well good rich looking photo,simple idea but done well.

kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom replied to photonut:  

Thank you

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

Thank you for putting up this creative post and inspiring us to try something similar. The sharp focus of the interior of the fruit along with the backlight makes for a visual delight, there is nothing else grabbing our attention ...only that what you intended. The cropping is tight but allows for breathing space and keeps our attention on your citrus gradation work comfortably.

1 reaction
kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

Thank you

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

I love the way the backlit effect makes the fruit glow. Very creative. A really artistic shot.

1 reaction
kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

Thank you

kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom submitted:  
Rank: 5 out of 23 | 19 points

Apple - Pentax K-3

7 reactions
ggutentagg avatarLevel 9
ggutentagg says:  

My favorite photo (so far)

1 reaction
kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

Thank you very much.

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  gold award

Sexy, sultry, seductive, mysterious in this gorgeous glow of apple showing details which peek out at us catching our attention. Compositional style is artistic the apple coming into the frame from the left as our (western) eyes tend to read from left to right. Lots of thought went into this production and it has paid off to the viewer's delight!

1 reaction
kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

Thank you very much

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

I love the minimalism portrayed in this photo

1 reaction
kyricom avatarLevel 12
kyricom says:  

Thank you

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

It makes me think of the story of Snow White and the seven dwarfs for some mysterious reason. A poisoned apple to tempt a beautiful woman and put her to sleep till woken up by a handsome prince?

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki submitted:  
Rank: 6 out of 23 | 18 points

14 reactions
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

Dragon Fruit

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Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

It's a very artistic photo. The fruit always me think of fire. I think that is what fire would be like if it was in solid form. I have tasted this fruit and the one I tasted was very sweet and had the texture of a kiwifruit but not tangy like kiwifruit. It was not like a tasteless sponge at all. Maybe the one you tasted was not ripe enough or something?

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

In Thailand when I took a cooking course they introduced fruit to us. Dragon fruit we had to eat first in order to enjoy its sweetness because after eating pineapple, watermelon, jackfruit or whatever else the dragonfruit tasted like cardboard. Yet some love love love it....not my favorite at all.

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel replied to Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki:  

It definitely wouldn't taste like much after eating something tangy. I also think the sweetness depends on its ripeness?

ggutentagg avatarLevel 9
ggutentagg says:  

I love what you did here

Dragonfruit is a peculiar fruit itself, you made it even stranger haha

It is very artistic

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Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

Thank you for that comment....this fruit looks wild but I do not like the taste of it....sort of like eating a wet tasteless sponge. Thanks again.

ggutentagg avatarLevel 9
ggutentagg says:  

Never tried, scary

photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut says:  

Looks more like the head of the mystical gorgon.

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki replied to photonut:  

Its my hairdo for today😁

photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut replied to Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki:  

At least you can get a hairdo lol

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

This could fit straight in the Harry Potter universe

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Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

Thank you.....it is my hairdo after two weeks of lockdown.☹

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

😂

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel replied to IEatRawEggs:  

Please tell me where to get the emojis.

photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut submitted:  
Rank: 7 out of 23 | 16 points

5 reactions
ggutentagg avatarLevel 9
ggutentagg says:  

So creative

Any post processing on this item?

1 reaction
photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut says:  

only cropping

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

Good eye....you caught this creation with your camera showing fruit in its glory. A rather whimsical figure there to give us a visual anchor and to bring us a smile. You mention that the only post processing you did was to crop....see on the left side, on the margin?....that brown stick could come out for a cleaner photo as it serves no purpose.

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photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut says:  

yes see what you mean did crop that side as it was.

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

The little statue is what grabbed my attention at first. I had to look twice to see if the orange behind his head was actually a hat or not. It has a lovely bright sunshiny happy feel about the photo.

photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut submitted:  
Rank: 9 out of 23 | 14 points

5 reactions
ggutentagg avatarLevel 9
ggutentagg says:  

A fruitarian's wet dream

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

A fruitarians wet dream ....HA HA HA HA HA.....what a hoot. This is a gastronomic orgasm for sure! Wish you had said what it was...fruit on a meringue? Nice, sharp, well contrasted, focused presentation and I like how you kept a piece of the same dish at the side for it adds to the story of more wet dreams....(sorry that is supposed to be funny) ....for it adds to the story of banquet and makes me feel fortunate to know we can all afford to eat this where elsewhere in the world people are suffering. We have a lot to be thankful for....that is the title for you of this shot. Lovely.

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photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut says:  

Wet dream!!! you must get out more lol,this was on a greek holiday and a special treat as every other night we did not havve a sweet.

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

Nono, fruitarian wet dream she said haha

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

Now this looks like a personalized pavlova with more fruit than meringue. Just how I would like it. It is a great inspiration for a special treat for pavlova lovers.

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki submitted:  
Rank: 8 out of 23 | 14 points

6 reactions
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

PINEAPPLE sitting on banana leaves in a market somewhere in SE Asia.

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photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut says:  

this is a good photo and i like the contrast between the color of the pineapple and the greenery.

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

Thank you for your comment photonut.....appreciated.

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

Just don't put them on pizza,

That's a universal law

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Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

ha....I think we will go out for pizza tonight!

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  bronze award

Universal law? In what universe? Pizza without pineapple? That's not very Hawaiian of you. No one who doesn't eat Hawaiian pizza ought to be allowed to go to Hawaii. You are now officially banned from that place. > We need emoticons. ;-)

Zizounai avatarLevel 10
Zizounai submitted:  
Rank: 10 out of 23 | 14 points

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Zizounai avatarLevel 10
Zizounai says:  

Blood orange

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Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  best photo review award

The cropping with adequate borders all around and placed into a square format gives strength to your image, it feels naturally balanced. Our eyes go around and around instead of up and down and that way we stay within the frame and that "linger longer Lucy" effect has been caught by your decision to square format. The pops of lines and colours of background do steal our attention away from the beauty of the orange which is well shot with focus on interior of fruit and softness on the skin. Nice healthy realistic post, "old princess."

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

I used to love these as a kid, nice clean shot of a slice

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Zizounai avatarLevel 10
Zizounai says:  

Tanks Raw. I still love them! as an old princess...

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

Looks delicious and very juicy.

photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut submitted:  
Rank: 11 out of 23 | 13 points

8 reactions
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

Hello Photonut,

This is a nice surprise to run into you. You did capture fruit, a lot of it. What do you think about cropping it a little tighter at the viewer's L of photo just to eliminate that cluster of colour, then our eyes wouldn't wander and we wouldn't wonder what is that? Technically this is a sharp image, natural saturation and all is in focus. Happy New Year, old friend.

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photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut says:  

Hi Olga glad we are in contact again have missed you,will take note of your remarks,how are you doing during these times.

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

I was on my way back to Canada but got stuck in Vietnam. Can you believe this backwater country with a population of 97 million (three times the amount of Canada) has had 35 deaths and only 123 active cases. I see the UK is spiraling out of control. Stay safe....

photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut replied to Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki:  

Last year was the pits and this year is getting no better,hopefully i will be getting my jab within the next couple of months,it is quite bad over here with 80000 deaths so far,really serious now,anyway you take care as well.

Zizounai avatarLevel 10
Zizounai says:  

Hey Photonut! good to see you here!!! Happy new year my friend 😘

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photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut says:  

thankyou and the same to you.

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

Maybe cut out the oranges...

Or close-up of 1 watermelon would be more interesting

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photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut says:  

Maybe but like this one,mybe another time,but always interesting to see another point of view

Teecee avatarLevel 12
Teecee submitted:  
Rank: 12 out of 23 | 13 points


Berries under ice - Canon 80D

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Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

What kind of berries are these? Does that natural freezing of the fruit do much damage to it? Do the berries go mushy once they are defrosted?

Teecee avatarLevel 12
Teecee submitted:  
Rank: 14 out of 23 | 12 points


Last one - Canon 80D

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Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

A lovely juicy ripe apple hanging on a branch. Did you pick it and eat it after taking its photo? I definitely would have been tempted.

Teecee avatarLevel 12
Teecee submitted:  
Rank: 15 out of 23 | 12 points


I wonder why they refer to them as RASPberries. Is it because they resemble the rough edges of a rasp tool? Canon 80D

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Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

An interesting question which I actually asked Google and found this answer... "Raspberry derives its name from raspise, "a sweet rose-colored wine" (mid-15th century), from the Anglo-Latin vinum raspeys, or from raspoie, meaning "thicket", of Germanic origin. The name may have been influenced by its appearance as having a rough surface related to Old English rasp or "rough berry""

I personally love the taste of raspberries. They are one of my favorite berries.

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki submitted:  
Rank: 13 out of 23 | 12 points

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Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

WOOD APPLE FRUIT
Limonia acidissima is native to India (including the Andaman Islands), Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. The species has also been introduced to Indochina and Malesia. (source is wikipedia)

It has a citrus taste and the "smoothie" my friend used to make me was refreshing and filling. It also acts as a laxative if you ingest too much (but nobody will warn you of this). :-)

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Wayne-Cheah avatarLevel 9
Wayne-Cheah says:  

Nice complementary color scheme between fruit and wooden background. I've never eaten this fruit before.

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

It was a new fruit for me too. I've never seen this in Canada's supermarkets. Thank you for stopping by.

photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut replied to Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki:  

Nice shot this but not sure i would want to eat it.

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

I have never seen this fruit in reality before. It looks like a bunch of bird seeds in a shell. I doubt I would even try it if I was never told it was edible. I would not even have realized it was a fruit if I came across the shell as a whole. I would have mistaken it for some kind of nut. I believe you regarding its taste but I am glad you warn people about its laxative effect. If I ever have the opportunity to taste one, I will remember not to eat too much.

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

The fruit doesn't look very appealing, but it's a clean photo, I also love the contrasts...

Not so sure about that border on the frame

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Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

Good point, thank you. Our photography club does not encourage borders.

Zizounai avatarLevel 10
Zizounai submitted:  
Rank: 17 out of 23 | 11 points

3 reactions
Zizounai avatarLevel 10
Zizounai says:  

Glorious fruit of the olive tree, gift of Mediterranean area

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

I didn't realize olives have so many different colors. I have mainly seen black and green ones.

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Zizounai avatarLevel 10
Zizounai says:  

I you come with me to the market on Saturday morning, I'll show you. The olive seller has about 20 kinds of olives. And he makes tapenades too.

Wayne-Cheah avatarLevel 9
Wayne-Cheah submitted:  
Rank: 16 out of 23 | 11 points

5 reactions
Wayne-Cheah avatarLevel 9
Wayne-Cheah says:  

Longans or "Dragon Eyes" just coming into season.

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Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

No, I didn't know they were called Dragon Eyes...live and learn. I think you most likely made this image to be in soft focus and it works because it is dreamy and I like the gentleness felt.

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

Do they taste the same as red lychees? I have never seen these yellow-skinned ones and have never heard of a fruit called "dragon eyes" It's all very educational.

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

We call them leechies

Great photo

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Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

Yes, and we have red Lychee fruit here too as well as this brown coloured one.

Diamite avatarLevel 8
Diamite submitted:  
Rank: 18 out of 23 | 10 points

3 reactions
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  bronze award

I love the colour saturation, realistic and wholistic looking. Your cropping of the image presented in portrait format shows the abundance of the fruit as our eyes travel up the fruit laden branch. It is (to my eyes) a festive presentation of a fruit we all love. Technically sharp with realistic contrast. YUM

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Diamite avatarLevel 8
Diamite says:  

Thank you

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

Thumbnails made me think they are berries ^_^

Wayne-Cheah avatarLevel 9
Wayne-Cheah submitted:  
Rank: 19 out of 23 | 8 points

10 reactions
Wayne-Cheah avatarLevel 9
Wayne-Cheah says:  

Just add cream.

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Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

Yes, but a whole can of whipped cream!! ! ! We deserve it after all it is lockdown time. Nice close up, with good sharpness on detail. This is the only fruit that has seeds on the outside (for your trivia knowledge). Thank you....I can get strawberries here in Vietnam at this time....it's off to the market. THANK YOU.

Wayne-Cheah avatarLevel 9
Wayne-Cheah says:  

Cám ơn :)

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki replied to Wayne-Cheah:  

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ha ha ha ha ha........you got me!

photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut replied to Wayne-Cheah:  

Reminds me of wimbledon in the uk when they have the tennis on,do love strawberries though.

Skyangel avatarLevel 8
Skyangel says:  

One of my favorite fruits but I will give the cream a miss. I prefer mine with yoghurt. :-)

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

Maybe you can submit an entry of a deeper close-up of 1 strawberry?

They have an interesting texture

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Wayne-Cheah avatarLevel 9
Wayne-Cheah says:  

I believe this contest specifically calls for "...close-up shots of any type of fruit...."

Your suggestion, (which I thank you for), would amount to submitting a "macro" shot. The difference between a close-up and a macro shot is as follows:-

"Close-up means you're just shooting at a short distance from the subject. You can use virtually any lens to achieve close-up photos. Macro means you're taking super close-ups of objects at 1:1. Meaning, the size of the image on your sensor is equal to the size of the item you're photographing in real life"

I hope I am right about this.

Thanks for dropping in.

IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

Thanks for enlightening me!

I didn't know there was a difference :()

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  

That is good information Wayne. Thank you.

Wayne-Cheah avatarLevel 9
Wayne-Cheah submitted:  
Rank: 20 out of 23 | 7 points

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IEatRawEggs avatarLevel 16
IEatRawEggs says:  

Nice sharp focus

Wayne-Cheah avatarLevel 9
Wayne-Cheah says:  

If only I'm a dog.

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Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki says:  silver award

Hi Wayne,
I like your artistic composition and we all can tell that this was a photograph made, not a photograph taken. The crop is nice and tight and the man walking below spells HEALTHY lifestyle which goes with the apple. The hard lines lead the eye not only to the apple but to that all-important grid point. A photo that is very enjoyable to view. Technically well done, good focal point sharp on the subject and soft on distance. Saturation is realistic and no hot spots. I like it....thumbs up.

Wayne-Cheah avatarLevel 9
Wayne-Cheah says:  

Thanks. Couldn't have said it better myself. Your comment deserves an award.

Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki avatarLevel 14
Olga-Leskiw-Suzuki replied to Wayne-Cheah:  

Why am I hoping for a banana?

photonut avatarLevel 7
photonut replied to Wayne-Cheah:  

There is a saying in the uk [an apple a day keeps the doctor away] wonder if the man walking was a doctor lol

Wayne-Cheah avatarLevel 9
Wayne-Cheah replied to photonut:  

Not sure. Just waited for any one to walk by as I wanted a human figure there for the desired effect. Thanks for dropping by.

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rijnko submitted:  
Rank: 22 out of 23 | 4 points

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