“Your hands are the best set of tools you have, use them”. This is a quote somebody once told me, and one that I try to stick to as often as possible. I believe we can achieve great things by making use of what we have available, and I prefer to try for myself, rather…
I’m a still life photographer specialized in jewelry, working with business all over the world. By continuously pushing the envelope to capture rare, beautiful and emotionally driven images, I offer an authentic look into my clients’ lives. Drawing on my technical experience, industry knowledge and extensive understanding of different subject matter, I intertwine fine art with commercial appeal.
The Brief For this project, I was tasked with creating hero images for a cosmetic brand. They commisioned me to work on several different shots for a range of nail polishes they are looking to market. Again, I was put in charge of coming up with the creative angle and had the freedom to explore…
Here we look at a still life photograph of bracelets. The client asked for a banner image on their website that would incite interest in the product. Taking advantage of the season in this shoot, I decided to head out to the park to find inspiration and subjects to pair with the bracelets. First, I…
In this post, I want to discuss what I have been working on and show you how to approach still life photography differently. The subject for this shoot is the perfume bottle.
Still life photography is an interesting genre and one I am very much fascinated by. If you are familiar with my previous works you will notice that still life is something that I very much prefer to photograph.
As a still life photographer, I spend a lot of time in studio experimenting with different types of products. In a recent shoot, I did just this by photographing a perfume box.
In celebration of having been in this studio for one year, I decided to match the subject of this still life photograph to the festivities. A good bottle of wine – as beautiful to photograph as it was to drink.
Discovering new ways to photograph still life is very important to me. I love to explore these new ideas in my studio environment. Playing with light sources, different objects, and angles, and just being creative often leads to new ideas and results.
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