Still life photography covers quite a large range of concepts.
Many examples of still life photography are set up by the photographer, who needs a creative eye to select the subject of the image and the backdrop, etc., as well as a great deal of skill to achieve an effective result through the correct lighting and photography techniques.
Another concept of still life photography – which I have to say, appeals to me more – is the idea of waiting, or a scene that has been abandoned, where you can imagine the life that was present. The photographer needs to spot this situation, and quite possibly return many times at unsociable times of the day to get the correct lighting or backdrop for the perfect shot.
This collection of stunning still life photography includes many different concepts. What they all have in common is an extremely creative photographer with outstanding photographic skills.
Melodies on white keys
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Magic magic magic
I’ll Still Say That You Shone Brighter Than Anyone
Alone at the Beach
Line Circle Angle
A taste of fruit
Violin in the dark
Waiting for Charles Dickens
A Roma Tic Love
I hope you have enjoyed viewing these photographs of still life. Which style do you prefer?
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