Still Life Photography: In general there are two types of still life found in fine art photographs. The found still life and the created still life. The created still life is the art of assembling the entire composition, choosing all of the objects used in a photograph, such as Elsa's Basket Reflections. An example of a found still life is Bill's Nambe' Gate. Continued below...
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All of our prints, whether on canvas, fine-art paper or metal are printed on the highest quality mediums, are acid-free and fully archival to last for years.
Metal prints have become very popular, infusing dyes directly into specially coated metal resulting in outstanding image clarity and vibrancy with exceptional detail and resolution. The subtle reflective quality shines through in lighter areas of the image.
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