I think putting things together, cleverly, that are not meant to be together add a real humour to images, which puts a smile on peoples faces, therefore walking away wanting items that are in the image. This is how you can make viewers buyers.
Vanessa Mckeown puts objects in places they shouldn't normally go, this gives off the ironic humour of her work. I think her work should be displayed small so it makes people look closely, only when you look closely do you release there's more to the work than you see at first glance.
Composition is a big key in this shoot. I played around with the composition as well as how much negative space was shown.
I am happy with how these images turned out. I think they make the fruit more appealing because it suggests they are sweet. A lot of children look at fruit and vegetables and say they are not eating it because they know it is good for them and therefore eat sweets and chocolate all the time, these images persuade children to eat the fruit.