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Statues & Other Still Life Photography

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^^ T, that's neat. One shall attempt replication in LR5.

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^^ T, that's neat. One shall attempt replication in LR5.

Personally I think the Sepia version does work better. Gives it more of an artsy, ancient appearance. The color version seems too busy and the eye doesn't know where to settle.

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^^ T, that's neat. One shall attempt replication in LR5.

Personally I think the Sepia version does work better. Gives it more of an artsy, ancient appearance. The color version seems too busy and the eye doesn't know where to settle.

It's a very smooth, dare I say it, contemporary sepia.

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I changed the topic to Statues and other still life photography to open up the flexibility for photos. This fits jimmy's photo in nicely as an example of below.

Many photographers prefer still life because it allows them to take their time and control virtually every aspect of the shot. The best shots emphasize interesting composition, texture, form, color, balance, light and shadow, harmony, lighting, or all of the above. However, another variety of this field of photography, called found still life, consists of objects that are found naturally arranged, with the photographer making little or no adjustments. Although we'll be chiefly exploring tips for how to construct still life arrangements, the ideas will also help you identify great shots of found still life, too.

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