If wet, in conservatory.


You can tell the weathers not that great when I do some interior still life shots, which I virtually never do. However I decided to do some fruit and veg shots in the conservatory. We get our food from the supermarket delivered in a refrigerated van, so it comes out cold and looking very attractive. I set everything up before and had the Nikon D800E + 24-85mm lens ready to go. 

Shooting for stock like this its important to keep the images looking good but realistic, as in a real home and not set up in a studio.

By the way I do eat an awful lot of this but I decided that the frozen chips and bags of crisps which also arrived would look out of place!! Maybe for a junk food shoot at a later date!



I also took a few shots of one of my guitars with the Voigtlander 20mm lens.



Nice examples of how flat light can work well for certain subjects. Got a few more items that are going to get the same treatment on the next dull, wet day. Shouldn't have too long to wait then!!

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