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Stillness 1. Tranquil silence

2. Calmness without winds

3. A state of no motion or movement

By definition, a digital still camera freezes a moment of time in "stillness".

However, certain subjects are easier to capture if they remain still, and other subjects are even able to create feelings of stillness, serenity and calmness in the viewer.

DIG members' attempts to capture "stillness" are shown below.

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Living Statue
"Living Statue"
Source: Wikimedia Commons
 

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Marilyn Richardson
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Barry Porter
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Ian Chesterfield
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Robin Ireland
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Kay A'Court
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Margaret Barnett
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Mary Daly
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Leo Lennon
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Norma Holt
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Marcia McRae
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Joan Curtis
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Ken McRae
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Geoff Turton
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Pam Donnet
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Robin Dinham
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Joyce Pickup