It's a really good question. What's also makes the inspiration interesting is how long will it last? Today I went through my old photographs. My very beginning of photography taking. It fills me with so much inspiration, not only that of course. But I believe it was that needed drop! Some ideas start growing… but … Continue reading Inspiration – where does it come from?
How often you wake up in the morning and first thing you see is something that inspires you for the whole entire day? I'm so lucky to have that possibility nearly every day now! I moved to my new house on the begging of this year and I'm so appreciated for new place. A lot … Continue reading The Silver Morning
Certainly, it can. That's the bottom line to the question. However, there is more to it! When I first started taking photography everything seems to me so unruly. I didn't understand why some pictures are better than others even where taken at the same spot. Of course longer you into it - better you are. … Continue reading Can still life photography be taken out in wild nature?
Once, quite a few years ago I went to one of these roller coaster parks. Today's image reminds me of one wonderful ride. Extreme! Something interesting going around in the background, colors, and shapes are crazy, as on the roller coaster. But also the theme of colors, red and black it tells the viewer that … Continue reading The Curve – The Red Roller Coaster
... of an art. How often happens, that I see an object and can not resist taking a photograph of it? The answer is: nearly always. I mean always! Seriously once there is little 'something' about it first thing is to take interesting photo. This is how my still life photography started pretty much. Of … Continue reading The smoothness…
... I look at it and my mind wonder ... Can you see it? Not yet? Maybe I can find it? Let me talk through it. Texture - starting smoothly from the bottom, like a blossoming touch of delicate skin. Then the sharp edge and the texture of material all around the shadow dip and … Continue reading There is something about this photograph…
As the weather doesn't help (lack of sun) I decided to take a few pictures last night, with the only candlelight. Here is the result. Since I had started photography, and start understanding it's all about light, night photography was prior to exercise. It was much easier to grab a camera at night then at … Continue reading Still Life by Night
Here I'm back with promised posters. I enjoyed creating them but as usual only within spear time. Of course, I didn't want to design just one. I created three (plus other versions of these three). Let's talk about the very first one... The no. one was actually no. three looking from the creating point. The … Continue reading Poster with Minimalism / Abstract Photography
Sometimes I wonder what I like more abstract or minimalism... and then if we talk about photography, for me they will be equal. More - less both I'm using quite often, and very often both appear in my photography at the same time. Once I had the shot today, my first idea it was - … Continue reading Abstract & Minimalism – photography
Taking the last opportunity of the summer (or maybe very first autumn) sunbath and reading a book I took a picture on my phone. This is how I got an idea about today's blog post. It's not like phone photography is a completely new idea to me, I'm using my phone very often (if not … Continue reading Phone Photography – Still Life
I have concentrated today on creating 'a mood', but go it 'the mood' in the end. Let's start from the beginning... I decided to take a few photographs a week completely away from my day to day work theme (which I do like, but not necessarily want to talk on the blog at this point) … Continue reading Still Life Photography – creating the mood
Photography, especially still life photography is really important to me. I decided to create this blog to concentrate on the subject. I have taken this image today and I feel that it's good enough to talk about it. Sharp and in the same time smooth edge I would like to concentrate on. The light is … Continue reading Still life photography – the edge