Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #246—still life

This week Patti challenges us with Still Life.

This is the topic I return to when I need something to photograph when the weather is bad or I am too lazy to leave the house. This is my contibution this week, enjoy, savour the tasty freshness.

The term “still life” describes a work of art that shows inanimate objects from the natural or man-made world, such as fruit, flowers, dead game, and/or vessels like baskets or bowls. Looked at another way: still lifes depict things that are “still” and don’t move. Still life is a genre that spans art history.

Fact: Food photography is a still life photography genre used to create attractive still life photographs of food. It is a specialization of commercial photography, the products of which are used in advertisements, magazines, packaging, menus or cookbooks.

Fruits, berries and candy…

Still life settings, flowers, product, fashion.

Odds bits from here and there.

Lens-Artists #246: Still Life

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27 thoughts on “Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #246—still life

  1. Now I’m hungry! Great photos Ritva … I especially like the one with the jug and lemons (you can “feel” the freshness in that photo). And another favourite is the photo of the sea shells – you have a great collection here!

  2. Oh my Ritva, some marvelous still life images – clearly you’ve mastered this technique! I too loved the jug with lemons especially.

  3. Absolutely wonderful, Ritva! You are clearly a master of this type of photography. Just stunning. I am so thankful you joined us!

  4. Too many to love. Truly a gift of creativity for you Ritva. The lemonade, refreshing, But honestly it was a fantastic scroll. A magazine is greatness.

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