Photographic collage by David Hockney

David Hockney Prehistoric Museum Near Palm Springs, 1982 photographic collage 84 x 56 in. i choose this photo because I liked the over exaggerated shadow and the black and white

Onions by julie marie craig

schiacciata all'uva food styling, food photography Red is the color of Passion Original Fine Art Photograph - Twiggs Photography via Etsy

American Surfaces by Stephen Shore

My first shift of being waitress ticked nearer. The day was no different from the last and there wasn't a cloud in sight.

Minor White, Peeled Paint, Rochester, 1959.  The texture and line of the paint peeling makes this image really interesting, it makes me wonder where it was and was colour the paint originally was. The form of the white underside of the paint, the grey wall and dark floor make this a coherent image.

Minor White, Peeled Paint, Rochester, 1959 An interesting take on a wall/surface. The texture really brings out the contrast within the image.

Stephen Shore, Palm Beach, Florida, 1977; photograph; chromogenic print, 11 in. x 14 in. (27.94 cm x 35.56 cm)

This is a photograph by Stephen Shore where he has photographed food on a table. I'm not sure if photographing people's food is something I will do but I do find this image interesting and it may be interesting to do a shoot like this myself.

American Surfaces by Stephen Shore

Stephen Shore: Uncommon Places Stephen Shore is one of my favorite photographers. All the photos in this article are © Stephen Shore.

Stephen Shore, New York City, New York, September - October 1972

Ahh yes the good ole Turkey Tv dinner in the aluminum tray baked in the oven for 45 min! I dont miss those days!

Keith Arnatt

This is another image by Keith Arnatt where he has photographed a found doll. I also really like how he has used a shallow depth of field which makes the image appear interesting and doesn't have all of the object in focus.

Keith Arnatt, Canned Sunsets

Keith Arnatt photographs found objects and I really like this image due to the colouring of the image and the way it has been laid out. I also really like how a shallow depth of field has been used.