Photographing Statues

Statues are one of many subjects I enjoy photographing. I have always been in awe of how someone carves or cast a realistic figure out of marble, metal, stone, or other material.

Lincoln Memorial Statue — Side Face Closeup - ©Photo by Duvy McGirr

Statues are great subjects to practice your photography, especially when you first start taking pictures of people, because statues don’t move, and you can take your time photographing them. How I started…

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I studied photography at the Academy of Art University. I am a Medium member and a top writer on the topic of photography.

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Duvy McGirr

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I studied photography at the Academy of Art University. I am a Medium member and a top writer on the topic of photography.

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