Some extra shots from the several sets I have worked on in the past month.
Category: Still Life Tagged: abstract, art, Creative, Food, macro, Nikon D800, Photo, Photography, photos, still life
Love those dark backgrounds!
the one with the meat and the candle…fabulous! (not that the rest aren’t) but that one is vaguely unsettling in the very best way.
Thanks! Haha! Yeah, it’s a bit unsettling, I agree! I like the visceral effect of it, though.
more unsettling pics, pretty please!
The second one is the bomb diggity. See, I love it so much I have been forced to use ridiculous, outdated slang. But it is lovely.
lol, thanks, I haven’t heard that phrase since 1998!
super stills, that is the oddest rotisserie I’ve ever seen in the shot with the beef Gives new meaning to the term “slow cooking”
Haha! It made for a good pot roast. I love pot roasts. So easy. When I was a kid, I always wondered why we had pot roasts at least once a week. Now I know!
Wow! Really remarkable work here Jennifer. The addition of so many details without which the power dwindles is astonishing. Excellent!
Thanks! Hope you enjoying the week so far!
The photo with meat and fruits and potatoes seem well balanced also in the nutritional aspect. By the way, I like the one of grapes and berries best. The bunch of grape might be satisfied with its own face in the mirror.
Hi there! Thanks! Yes, nutrition is also important.
Perfectly composed and lighted, of course. Just wonderful.
Thank you, George!
I really like it that your still lifes contain the results of action – it takes them somewhere else. We are never just looking at objects. They’re all nicely unsettling. Very impressive that these are your “extras”! Now that there’s a bit more light around here, the dark shots are my favourites.
Thanks, Richard! I agree–I like the dark backgrounds. It’s more dramatic. The canvas background can be nice for certain things too, and for variety.
Lovely work. The arrangements are excellently thought out.
Hey, appreciate it!
The blue one is very nice… your creativity is amazing
Thanks, bud. That blue is my favorite shade of the color–and why I painted my study with it!
Hi David, thank you!
I really like the third one!
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