Still Life with an old camera

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54 comments

  1. What a wonderful still life, never occurs to me to try something like this. Maybe I will have a go.

  2. I’ve been enjoying your many varied still lifes. And as much as I love your embroidered table cloth, I find that the embroidery detail detracts from the flow of your strong compositions and colour flow. Hope you don’t mind the feedback!

    • Sue

      Glad you are liking my Still Lifes, Bunty…and I agree, I’ve been lazy about changing the base…but I did yesterday, an image I shall use for Silent Sunday tomorrow!

  3. Ha! Thought you’d taken the shot with an old camera 🙂 🙂
    Love the poppy mug, and is that a romance I see? Busy today, Sue?

  4. Love the Taschen book! 🙂 I collect the Taschen photography line and was happy to see this one here. I also thought you had taken the photo with an old camera! 🙂 🙂 Have a lovely weekend, Sue.

  5. Lovely composition, but I’d lose the mug. It looks too new compared to the rest. Now I am being cheeky!!

  6. Not good to carry chips!
    if you feel you have to resort to that be sure to avoid your shoulder 🙂

    Lovely still life though – you have a great skill at these compositions Sue – I’m looking forward to your Silent Sunday!

  7. I have to admit I haven’t heard of Doisneau before looking at this still life. I like it, the colour, the composition,.

  8. Another lovely one. I have a poppy cup as well, although not like yours. 🙂

    janet

  9. I need you to be my arranger for still life. You do it so well. I had a fiddle yesterday, and it looked awful. A pile of derelict treasures it was too, documenting 30 years ago.

  10. Stylist was the word I was looking for.

  11. The journal caught my eye. What an interesting concept. I might try it.
    Dropping by from 6WS

  12. Must get my Taschen books out of their boxes…Nicely done, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  13. A great still life Sue 🙂

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