These were just some teacup images from my A Level project, taken while messing around with photography. I tried to adopt an honest, focussed photographic approach to create a realistic portrayal of unrealistically arranged crockery. This realism to me communicates the true diversity in colours and textures of things, probing the question: should we really edit photographs to the extent that we do?
P.S. each of the three teacups used has a special story behind it, but my favourite is the miniature matching set, which belonged to my great grandma and now lives with me.