Usage Marks

Most of the product photography today is a replication of already rendered computer models of the product depicted. Clients want a photo of the real object, but this photo should resemble as close as possible the computer generated image. In this series, objects, which exhibit signs of usage are depicted in the language of product photography: plexiglass table yields the reflecting surface often seen in catalogue photos, carefully controlled lighting enhances surfaces and shapes and the composition emphasizes the object itself. But the marks of usage are left prominently dangling in the image.

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