Still life photography is the depiction of inanimate subject matter, most typically a small grouping of objects. Still life photography, more so than other types of photography, such as landscape or portraiture, gives the photographer more leeway in the arrangement of design elements within a composition.
Earlier I selected and shared some photos of different beverages. There are many ways to photograph beverages and drinks including in the studio, in a restaurant, or outdoors on location. Your photography challenge this week is to photograph a beverage or drink of your choice, in a way that makes it appealing to the viewer. […] The post Weekly Photography Ch […]
Everyone enjoys a good beverage, right? If you’re currently in the Northern Hemisphere and it’s summer a cold one on a patio with friends might be in order. Or if you’re down under and it’s a bit chillier perhaps a hot mug of tea or coffee will be your beverage of choice. Whatever your pleasure, […] The post Set of Photographs of Beverages to Quench your Thi […]
When you first start experimenting with lighting it’s easy to become overwhelmed. Never has the old expression K.I.S.S. (keep it simple stupid) been more appropriate. The most important step is to master what you can achieve with one light source before you start adding others. Besides, what you CAN achieve with only one light source, […] The post How to do […]
As the Editor-in-Chief of CLARITY, I believe that photography is one of the most unique forms of visual art. As a photographer, you must possess an ability to express yourself visually and also be technically proficient with the tools of your craft. Thankfully, the technology is relatively simple to understand. Given a small amount of […] The post How to Mas […]
There is no such thing as bad light, there is just light. Take advantage of every situation. Photography is all about the light. In fact, if there is no light hitting the sensor, there is no photo. Different times of the day, or weather conditions, can create different moods and situations. As you probably know, […] The post Dispelling the Myth of Good Light […]