Still Photography

My mind was debating whether I name this post Still Photography or Still Life Photography. Well Still life Photography is more of arranged subjects, like for example in a painting. Since some of my objects are outdoors , therefore it’s all given in its own placement, I decided to call it Still Photography, of subjects that don’t move, let’s put it this way.

A delicious summer drink
Murano glass bottles in the museum
My dolls from childhood

Is the curtain opening or closing…

The happy garlic to be added to the meal

Empty water bottles in Italy

The basket needs to be filled in Italy

An abandoned studio of an starving artist in Italy?

The red wine bottle that reflects the city in Italy

The last one of playing “music chair” in Italy?

Cappuccino spoon reflecting a building

Armenian tea cup in the sink

A cocktail at the Buddha Cafe in Krackau

Choose a pillow to sit for meditation.


Enjoy what you see and feel.

About www.corneliaweber-photography.com

In my photography work I thrive to capture the soul of the moment. I let my images speak the language of stillness and vibration, with that I leave my audience to find their own reflections and emotions. My approach in my work is to lead other's to their own imagination and freedom of dreams. I invite you to visit my web site www.corneliaweber-photography.com
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25 Responses to Still Photography

  1. picpholio says:

    What’s in the name ๐Ÿ˜‰ What counts is that I liked your work.
    Have a lovely day and many greetz,
    Rudi

  2. Herman says:

    The colours in the photographs are so warm. Maybe I should give up my B&W shots… Another great post, Cornelia, thank you!

    • Thank you Herman for your observation. I personally like your B&W images a lot, it gives such personality to Jimi the cat, well but give it a try to shoot in color, you definitely will have my vote on them

      • Herman says:

        I recently switched to Luminar for editing my photographs. I used to work with LightRoom 5 but since upgrading to macOS Catalina I had serious problems with the app. And paying for a subscription from Adobe isn’t my favourite thing…

      • I have heard of Luminar , but never tried it, I work since years with LR and PS and for my business it’s worth it to pay $9.99 a month. But I understand your objections.

  3. Ashok Misra says:

    Still or movie, your objects seem pretty expressive! Keep it up!

  4. Judi says:

    I especially like the ones with the reflections! You have such a great eye! Love them all!

  5. Peter Klopp says:

    Calm and peace emanate from these lovely photos. So they qualify to be named still photography and still life photography. Best wishes! Peter

  6. Enjoying the wonderful photography, Cornelia. Awesome post and such beautiful capture.

  7. Jane Lurie says:

    Interesting series, Cornelia. I am particularly intrigued by your two reflection images. Well seen! ๐Ÿ˜€

  8. PPawlo says:

    Das sind groรŸartige, fasziniernde Fotos! Mir gefรคllt die Rolle des Lichts dabei sehr gut!

  9. arv! says:

    Stunning captures and a nice break from the flower pictures.

  10. Tina Schell says:

    Magical work on this one Cornelia. How to make beauty from the ordinary. Superb

  11. Oh, wow. Beautiful Still Photography. I did not even now itโ€™s called that. Iโ€™m familiar with Still Art where we choose and arrange our Art subjects based on how we want it to look on canvas. These is an exciting discovery. Most of my pictures are on the move and capture as moments happen. Few I think Iโ€™d been doing is a form of Still Photography when I arrange my photo subjects in a certain way. Thanks. Happy October my friend. Iโ€™m planning next to visit a pumpkin patch farm, they create the most stunning colors.

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