|Contrast is always a good idea.|
|Contrasting colors also works great.|
|Placing objects in a line is not always the best thing.|
|A classic "family" portrait.|
And here's my advice:
- Use various backgrounds for your shoot.
- Get colorful props
- If the eggs are too pale mind the light because you might if it's too strong you'll get harsh shadows and burnt areas.
- Work for the bokeh by getting close to the object, open the aperture wider (f4-f5.6 should do in most cases if you're close enough).
- You can shoot with your favourite portrait lens (I did not need a macro lens or a vario for any of these).
- Get a friend to take photos with you so you can have more fun.
All the best and a happy Easter,