It’s surprisingly rare for cameras themselves to be the subjects of photographs. And when they are, it’s not always the right move. But sometimes it is, and our picks today from the Zonerama photo gallery should be good proof of that.
Awesome combination of camera (or at least a part of it) and flowers and playful depth of focus.
A classical portrait of the modern photographer—camera on table, telephone in hand. The lighting is exceptional and the portrait’s subject’s expression is great. We also appreciate the low-key take on this picture, which fits it well.
A wonderfully executed still-life with a great edit. The look of the legendary Fuji camera makes it a fine complement to the rest of the photo. We also appreciate the fact that this photo contains very little but the necessities.
A superb snapshot that captures joy and despair just the way they are. We appreciate how natural and clean this picture is, as well as its composition. And the fitting edit.
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Author: Majo Elias
I’ve been taking pictures since 2004. When I was starting out, I photographed almost everything. Later my style solidified and I began photographing people almost exclusively. At the moment my main genres are fashion and advertising.