Still life photography isn’t usually a field I dabble in. You might think it would be easy, but it’s actually quite hard to make an arrangement that looks good. I’m quite pleased with this arrangement, although I’m hopeless at making up titles so it is simply called keys, music and rose.
This picture was taken “properly”, using a studio film camera – my trusty Mamiya RB67, complete with the Sekor C 150mm f/4 soft focus lens for a vintage effect. It was shot on Ilford FP4+ and this is a direct scan from the negative with selenium tone added digitally. There will, of course, be proper prints next time I get a few hours to lock myself away in the darkroom 🙂