Did you know there are two types of Still Life Photography?
Most of us have seen paintings or photographs of inanimate objects like an arrangement of fruit on a table or a vase of flowers. This type of arranged objects in an image would qualify as “Created Still Life”. We could also think of this as constructed, something the artist or photographer arranged with a visual purpose in mind.
In this seminar Tamron Tech Rep Jeff Allen will walk you through an introduction into the key elements of composition, as they relate to another type of still life photography, called “Found Still Life”. Found still life images are not created or constructed, they can be a random collection of things or a single object, photographed just as they are; undisturbed by the photographer. This can be a large object like a rusty old car in a field, or smaller objects like a leaf laying in the dirt, or even a colorful display at the local farmers market. By the end of this seminar, we hope you will be inspired to see everyday objects within their natural environment from a different perspective.
Link to Join: Found Still Life with Tamron
Meeting number: 2554 057 7307
We will be using the Webex platform for this seminar, and you can join from your browser without having to download any new software. We recommend joining up to 10 minutes early, to ensure that you have time to troubleshoot your connection if necessary. You will be placed in a waiting room until the host is ready to begin the event. For the best experience, we recommend using Chrome or Firefox to view and participate in this class.
Do you want to learn more and get hands-on experience taking better photos? Check out our upcoming in-person events later this month!
Saturday, September 17th > Hot Sam’s Photography Workshop
Saturday, September 24th > Evening Photowalk at Gale Woods Farm
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