The process of working on still life compositions is very exciting, but, even if you have imagined the final version in your mind many times, and what is left is just to quickly put it together and click, you still continue to change the composition, adjusting its elements. You are moving around, moving everything around—the objects, the backgrounds, the lights. The piles of discarded “left overs” are growing and growing. At a certain point you just look at it and see something new and fresh there—an interesting change of shape, the fresh spark of light or an unexpected bright color. It triggers your...
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