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"It brings to mind painted representations of the laid table in the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci" "Art photographers... returned to still life as a motif" "They employed soft focus lenses and painterly darkroom techniques to make photographs that resemble charcoal drawings and intaglio prints"
In-text: (Martineau, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Martineau, P. (2010). Still Life In Photography. Los Angeles, California: J. Paul Getty Museum, pp.6-13.
"It is important for you to establish the relationships among the objects to be photographed, in terms of size, shape, colour, reflective qualities and texture"
In-text: (Joel, 1990)
Your Bibliography: Joel, S. (1990). Photographing Still Life. New York: Watson-Guptill, Billboard, p.13.
"Photographing a cake, can be art"
In-text: (Hopkinson, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Hopkinson, A. (2009). Irving Penn obituary. [online] the Guardian. Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2009/oct/08/irving-penn-obituary.
"The still life was ideal for a world of accelerated manufacture and exchange, mobilizing desires and expressing tastes."
In-text: (Campany, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Campany, D. (n.d.). Out in the World: Still Life Photography between Art and Commerce - David Campany. [online] David Campany. Available at: http://davidcampany.com/out-in-the-world/.
"were eagerly adopted by the world of advertising to make their commodity products look beautiful, desirable and available"
In-text: (Hudson, n.d.)
Your Bibliography: Hudson, C. (n.d.). The Power of Possessions: an investigation into the ontology of personal possessions in the context of death and bereavement through the practice of still-life photography.. University of West London.
"perceive, experience and desire; and the often irrational ways in which consumer society invests in objects emotionally"
In-text: (Campany, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Campany, D. (2017). Between Art and Commerce: the still life photograph.
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