Part of the joy of cooking is using so many elegant tools developed over centuries of culinary invention. Every element has its own unique curves from the roundness of a pot, to the elegant twists of a whisker, to the multiple curves of a juicer, and the comfortable handles of knives. Go cook. Enjoy.
Our challenge this week is based on a shape, the shapely shape of a curve! You can decide to take a photo of something (or someone) curvy - think for example of the curves of the seashore, curved branches and grasses, the arches (C curves) in a building or the curves in a spiral. Semi-circles are also types of curves and they can be found in a wide variety of things such as tunnels or a smile. Getting your model to pose with a curve is also another way to interpret this challenge. Curves are also often used as a composition tool to guide the viewer's eye around a photo. Similar to leading-lines but much less rigid. These curves not only guide the eye but also add a sense of movement to a photo.