The symbolic art form vanitas emerged in the 16th century and showed the transience and futility of life and pleasure. It gave rise to the genre of still life.
I have tried to adapt the old leitmotif to the present day.
Information about taking this photo
- Camera: Sony a77 II
- Focal length: 18mm
- Aperture: ƒ/11
- Shutter speed: 4s
- ISO: 100
- Exposure bias: -1EV
My Still Life Projects
All contents of this website, in particular photographs, are protected by copyright. The copyright is held by Frank Heller/Berlin, unless explicitly stated otherwise. Please ask me if you wish to use the contents of this website. Content published under the "Creative Commons" licence is marked as such. They may be used in accordance with the stated licence conditions. Anyone who infringes copyright (e.g. copies images or texts without permission) is liable to prosecution under sections 106 et seq. of the Copyright Act (UrhG), will also be issued with a warning and must pay damages (section 97 UrhG).