The Aggie Horticulture Edible Art gallery contains high resolution photos of many of the common fruits and vegetables. Images were photographed on a standard blue background to facilitate selection of the object and dropping into your favorite graphic application.|
Click on the image you need to use from each collage to load the highest resolution image. These images are copyright free, but we would appreciate your giving credit to Texas A&M University Department of Horticultural Sciences and Aggie Horticulture if you download the images.
|This resource is also available on CD for a minimal charge. Contact Dan Lineberger for more details on purchasing Edible Art on CD.
Photography by Dan Lineberger. Scanning, photo editing and html coding by Christine MacAlpine and Dan Lineberger.|
More than you wanted to know: Original photos were taken with a Nikon FM2 using a 55mm Micro-Nikkor macro lens. Bottom lighting was from a fluorescent-lighted slide viewing box overlaid by a transparent blue acetate sheet. Side/top lighting was from standard tungsten photo flood lamps. The film was Ektachrome HC 100 ASA and the tungsten flood lights were corrected using a Tiffen 80A spectrum-correcting filter. Slides were scanned at 800 dpi in millions of colors in a Microtek ScanMaker 35T plus slide scanner using the Microtek ScanWizard PPC import plug-in (ver. 3.23) for Adobe PhotoShop 5.5.