Lost Art Press
Since I am not a big fan of Campaign styling, I need to get closer to see what all the fuss is about. From here I only see grain and stain. Get tighter and shoot from your butt for detail. Set up a ‘detail’ shot and rack back until you get a feel for the whole piece. Maybe turn the piece around (move to middle of the room) and let the natural light bathe the grain, lose the kitsch on top, open a drawer or two, get close to show joinery and hardward and inside work…
There is no stain.
The book has plenty of tight shots. Beauty shots are not for detail.
Would opening a lower drawer help add depth all the light might fill it and be interesting?
Why would a British Officer whose King is the head of the Church of England, have an icon on his goods? This is jarring and detracts from the furniture as one contemplates why the icon is there.
As I mentioned before, I am not putting the pieces in tents or British officer settings. The objects in the photo are things from my house.
Which icon is that?
Saint Stephen the Protomartyr