Image Gallery 5


Still Life

With still life photography you can be completely in charge. You can set the scene. You can arrange the lighting. Absolutely nothing is left to chance. No influence from the weather, no patience needed waiting for just the right light, no need to coax the sitter in order to get the perfect portrait. It’s all in your own hands. However, that can make it all the more demanding! The first thing to consider is the subject - and the list is endless. Many objects around the home can make good still-life subjects. Look for interesting combinations of shapes, colours and textures. If you are shooting indoors, you’ll need a table of some sort, a variety of backgrounds, lighting (tungsten or flash), diffusers and a tripod for your camera. You can of course also shoot outdoors. There is a wealth of subjects: an interesting door or window, bizarre forms on a sandy beach, rock formations, the bark of a tree. There are so many things around us that provide excellent opportunities; we just need to keep our keen photographic eyes open.

Sequoia National Park   Los Angeles   photo landscape     pictures USA    
Sequoia NP   Los Angeles   Red Rock Canyon   Calico   Valley of Fire   Queen Mary   Universal Studios
India Laos photos asia desktop wallpaper
Indian Festival Varanasi Maldives Luang Prabang Kuala Lumpur Desktop Wallpaper Fruits, Vegetables
Singapore Airlines   photos safari       aistralia photos   Kodak Film   paraglider
Airbus A380   Kruger NP   Ko Samui   Thailand Market   Melbourne   Kodak   Paraglider
    Airlines       Cappadocia  
Desert   Vietnam   Airplanes   Morocco   Doors   Cappadocia   Syria
  Locomotives           Architecture
Radisson Diamond   Locomotives   Oil Production   Arctic   Archeology   Crocodile Farm   Architecture
      photo underwater   Wind energy   Computers   Moon
South Africa   China   Butterflies   Scuba Diving   Wind Energy   Computers   Moon
Elephant Trekking   Kashgar