Still Life Indoors

I have always been a guy that gets lost in details. Producing still life images in a an indoor environment calls for precision in the preparation, shoot & in the post process phase. Still Life Indoors, especially in the winter months is an activity that I enjoy.

Still Life Indoors

I have always been a guy that gets lost in details. Producing still life images in a an indoor environment calls for precision in the preparation, shoot & in the post process phase. Still Life Indoors, especially in the winter months is an activity that I enjoy.

Still Life Indoors

I have always been a guy that gets lost in details. Producing still life images in a an indoor environment calls for precision in the preparation, shoot & in the post process phase. Still Life Indoors, especially in the winter months is an activity that I enjoy.

Colour Gallery

I must admit that I am rarely a fan of winter. When it is cold & in Bavaria the winter is usually very cold I rarely get the chance to venture out in sunny weather to get those dreamy, snowy landscapes due to often very harsh conditions. It is seldom the case that the weather entices me out when the landscape is grey in grey. To get me outside by minus temperatures I need a blue sky with large helpings of snow & a few clouds to make the scene perfect. Unfortunately this happens rarely in Bavaria unless you are above the cloud line on top of a mountain.

To combat the winter blues I often set myself a project at home using every day objects in the warmth of my study to satisfy my photographic addiction with the hope of producing similar results as professional product photographer. Sometimes I even surprise myself with what is actually possible with the minimum of fuss. I have very little space & posess no professional lighting equipment other thaan my trusty SB900 flash & a couple of LED lights, everything else is makeshift & improvised.

Due to this lack of space & equipment I do rely heavily on my skills as a retoucher & this is where I enjoy the challenge in particular. I enjoy the challenge of getting things right by the lighting & shooting stage but also enjoy the post processing to manipulate the subject where I want it to be. Often this requires many hours of removing flaws such as dust & correcting reflection forms that I can’t achieve in camera but when it works I find the results very rewarding indeed.

CHILL IT

DESPERADO

ONE GREEN BOTTLE

FRAGRANCE NO.19

TRADITION NO.19

LADY POUDRE

FRAGRANCE WITH TRADITION

ICE WINE

GRAPE JUICE

MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE

FRAGRANT FLACON

TIME FOR AN APERITIF

BREAK THE CODE

BUBBLE SHOWER

HI FIDELITY

MASKERADE

PASSING TIME

‘D’ FOR DIOR

HAUT COUTURE

NEON WATER

THE COLOUR OF DIOR

PUTTO

DELICIOUS

JUICY RED

FRAGARIA

STRAWBERRY PASSION

EAU DE TOILETTE

WOMAN’S WEAPON

APRES RASAGE

POTPOURRI

FEMME FATALE

PUMP IT UP

BLUE HAZE

BOTTLE TOPS

DESIGNER BUCKLE

ODD ONE OUT

SHELL SHOCK

ONE FOR THE ROAD

BAVARIAN DIRNDL

STEINWAY PIANO

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Did You Know?

That we humans remember 80 percent of what we see and only about 20 percent of what we read? The power of an image is difficult to ignore and when it comes to product photography especially so and thus making it a very challenging segment indeed, not only from the photographic aspect but equally from the post-production effort. Badly presented images of products can lead to the loss of some serious income.

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