I don’t make still lifes that often. Yet I have a large collection of dried seedpods from all kinds of plants with the intention to shoot them in my studio.
While shopping a few days ago I bought these pears with the intention to make a simple image of them.
I used a piece of cardboard as a background and I used one 180 watt second flash with soft box positioned at the right and a reflector screen on the left.
Past Sunday at midday I went for a short walk in the nearby woods. The sun was shining and I needed some air.
Of course I had my Olympus OM-1n loaded with Ilford FP4 Plus with me and a couple of lenses.
I saw this reed leaves in a small pond, sticking out of the water. The surface of the pond was covered with leaves.
I don’t often make a vertical composition so I guess this is an exception.