It is an interesting concept and one that I spoke about in my last post. When you are in lockdown trying to work out what to do can be hard.
Yes, I think I will keep doing Monochrome Madness and today I have a still lily for you. I took it the other day while I still had the macro lens from Fujifilm.
Day 17 is here in our 30 Day at Home Challenge. It has been interesting to see your response.
Yes, that’s right Floral Friday is very late, but not cancelled, unlike many other events around Australia at the moment. For me, the worst one is the flower and garden show.
I’ve been trying to do more still life photography and I thought it would be good to show you a couple I’ve been experimenting with for Monochrome Madness.
Welcome back and happy new year as I start back with some still life for Monochrome Madness. I have had a great break and it is nice to get back into it.
Recently I bought some lilies to put in a vase on my dining room table and then I took some photos of them for Floral Friday.
Today for my Influencing Me post I thought we might have a quick look at Still Life in art. My examples are paintings, but we are seeing more and more photographic still life as well.
My Influencing Me post today is more on macro style photography and I thought we could look at Robert Mapplethorpe’s flowers. He has a different way of photographing them.
Throughout any artists career there are artists that influence them, and then as time moves on that can shift. Giorgio Morandi is one of those artists and is a good artist to look at for today’s Influencing Me post.