Texture is so important as it provides an essential design resource for design and backgrounds.
Photographing texture is an easy job as it does not require professional photography skills or expensive digital camera. When you take a texture photograph you should keep in mind some restrictions such as the texture should be flat as possible. Also, using the Flash with a low light shots can create a harsh look photo.
On the other hand, try to avoid the sun reflections and the sun flare. You can do this by changing your position while shooting. When you take the shot, do not try to zoom to take it, instead, try to take a shot for the whole surface and then take other zoomed in shots, this is because some zoomed objects are not a good choice to create the best result.
The textures of Venice by CorazondeDios
Islamic windows by Radwasamir
Morning Dew by Joni Niemelä
Textures I by RealityDream
Graffiti texture by Buckaroo kid
Textures by Arrosx
The Mist by Darius Sinkevicius
Textures I by BlayneNightpaw
Textures by KuuFi
Free texture by F∞lish kamina
Fern by Jeffrey Morris
A Free Stone Texture by Duiceburger
Free texture by Eddi van W
Texture – Dark Grunge Burlap by Smithfineart.com
Psalm 103 texture by Achel
Wood Textures by Alliec
Fake plastic trees by Kaneda99
Blue sky- free texture by Eddi van W
Texture aba7 by JoesSistah
Texture – Dead Leaves by Smithfineart.com
Cracked Pedestal Texture by Lulu-belle Ramsbottom