Ceramic artist Noah Starer visited my Home Studio in Albuquerque, New Mexico twice this week with a lot more of his great artwork. Featured here are pieces he informally named, "tumbleweeds," in blue above and tan below. He suggested people can choose between the ocean and the desert! I like that idea a lot, and of course I would choose ocean for myself. If you like these pieces, you can contact Noah via his website below. He has been a long time repeat client and making creative art photos of his work has been a fun, on going challenge as the shapes and sizes of his ceramic art changes each time he brings me new pieces.
I used a new Cheetahstand light modifier I got last week for these images and changed my camera settings slightly allowing me to produce an even smoother gradient to the background and better exposure on the art itself. These photos were made with just a 36" round softbox positioned directly above the ocean and desert trios. The paper background is up on a crossbar and sloped to create the light falloff gradient look.
If you are an artist in New Mexico and want great photographs of your artwork to help you sell online and showcase your art on your own website, contact me today!