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(@LarryLancaster) Larry Lancaster said:November 12th, 2017 (10:00am) PST
Not to be nit-picking 'cause I truly like this photo. But it ain't a car, it's a pick-up truck. I love all the junk around, too. It finishes the story.
@brio replied: OK . . . . fair comment !
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:October 16th, 2017 (1:11pm) PDT
I see this, Brian, even if no one else has. Looked at it for a couple days now and (unprofessional) opinion. Pretty much still. NO LIfe. If it ain't moving, it is a 'still life' for me. This could be taken indoors an become a still life...a lot of work though. Truth is, Brian, I have a photo similar of this old vehicle from a trip to Arizona. Honest. Just can't remember if it was Lees Ferry. Hope so, otherwise not a still life!

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Brian Swales LRPS
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An upcoming camera club competition is themed "Still Life".

So there is no confusion for members and the judge knows exactly what to judge we plan to set guidelines. We think that still life means - inanimate objects, dead, not alive.

Most people think of still life as photographs taken indoors of, for example, a nicely arranged group of fruit, a vase with flowers and so on etc. etc.

But we think anything out doors could be still life . . . . so with that in mind do 72dpi members think this image of the rusty car is classed as "Still life"?

As a matter of interest I came across it near Lees Ferry not far from Page, Arizona



Uploaded: Oct 15th, 2017 (6:59am)
Category: Still Life/Conceptual
GPS: Lat: 36.86945, Lon: -111.59595
Camera: NIKON D300S
Focal Length: 22 mm
Aperture: f/16
Shutter Speed: 10/160 sec
ISO: 200


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