Botanicals & Still Life

Nature is full of interesing and varied subjects. Botanicals embraces all things that come from the soil. Still Life: a gathering of inanimate objects.

Not only flowers but trees and leaves, weeds and seeds, seed pods, fungi, algae, moss and mildew, fruit, vegetables, legumes, nuts, herbs, spices and underwater plants - alive or dead, fresh or dried, whole or dissected… the possibilities are endless. Let your inspiration be your guide.

Whether as a carefully arranged composition or a random assortment of things that caught your eye, Still Life offers lots of freedom and challenges your creativity. By experimenting with different arrangements, lighting, and composition, photographers can breathe life into their subjects, tell a story and charm the viewer.

Group Chairs

  • Cynthia Magliocco
  • Claude Levesque
  • Lori Davy

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Image by Lucie Labrosse

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Image by Lucie Labrosse

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