The Complete Guide to Still Life Photography
Still life photography is a great option for expanding your portfolio. It’s also an excellent way to work on new skills, because you can practice posing and framing objects that are less interesting than people or animals.
I recommend starting out with fruit, vegetables, decorative items from around the house, pottery pieces in varying shapes and sizes- anything goes!
Still life photography can breathe new life into any subject. The still photographer’s job is to make every detail count, from the arrangement of a vase on an old piano to arranging objects in front of ornate wallpaper patterns. By experimenting with different arrangements, lighting and compositions you’ll be able to take your subjects out for a breath of fresh air as well as bring them back home again when they need it most! So if you’re interested in trying this yourself there are some tips that will help get started right here.
What is Still Life Photography?
A still life is a work of art that focuses on inanimate subjects. Usually, the subjects are commonplace objects- and can include both manmade items like vases or clothing as well as natural elements such as plants, food products and shells.
Improve Your Skills with Still Life Photography
Still life photography is a great way to explore the art of lighting and composition without being subject to other people’s schedules or changes in location. You can use your environment as an inspiration for still lifes, combining found objects with natural light to create scenes that are beautiful on their own but also serve as ideas for different compositions you might want try later.
Still life photography is a great way to show off your skills in the field of art. When you take common objects and … Read the rest