Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Still Life Photography

I have not been photographing for myself as much as I used to…at least the last couple of months. I have been missing that a lot. This Sunday I got my paints out and painted a brand new board after a long time, I wanted a rustic old look to it…am not sure if I achieved that but I did like the final look. So, the next day I  tried to test it and did some test shots with it…

Many of you asked me on social media if I had a tutorial for my boards, well here it is. … Tutorial.

Photography is a self learning process, as I try and break loose from boxed thinking, here is my visual interpretation of it. Maybe too literal ??

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9 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, Simi, these are mind blowing. Just like artists had apprentices I wish I could be yours. Just to understand your thought process and then to follow through with the camera. Keep inspiring, I'll keep imbibing :)

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  2. I love this so much! The flower petals floating away are just fantastic.

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  3. Omg !! The board looks so rustic and the whole picture is gorgeous .Love your imagination you really are an artist.Keep these wonderful photography coming.

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  4. BEAUTIFUL! just like a painting...

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  5. Board is lovely and beautiful pictures.

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  6. Beautiful images Simi! More like cherry on the cake is the tutorial on how to create the boards....Very inspiring! I am definitely painting a few later this year

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  7. Awesome and stunning images simi! Lovely board! Im definitely painting some in the next coming weeks simi!

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