For me studio work started strictly as a necessity, photographing product for a woodworking business that I was previously involved in. Over time, as I focused less on business and more on the joy of photography, studio sessions moved towards a more artistic expression of ideas, articulation, image capture and post-processing.
Part of a work-in-progress series, images of a vintage Kodak Hawkeye Brownie and a Kodak No. 2 Model A Folding Brownie are layered with secondary components such as the camera box, film, and more.
Just playing around. I just couldn't help trying a lego photo shoot.
What do you do when your computer dies? Take it apart and photograph it of course :)
Image of Lume Cube photo lights reflected in water with a full moon layered in the background.
A stylized photographic interpretation of a vintage set of Christmas lights.