My goal, one day, is to paint stuff I find in the world, with realism. I've only just begun.
The DMP method suggests initial paintings based on shadowbox still life, and graduating to other subjects and eventually a modified methodology.
Creating a shadowbox, acquiring and getting the lighting right, and so on is not easy, at least for me. If there were available a small set (6? 8? 10?) of large printed, color balanced still life photographs of a various glass/ceramic/fruit/organic compositions that I could purchase, then I could avoid the fuss of setting up a temporary shadow box and lighting. I'm not sure I can even manage the printing of a color balanced enlarged photo.
Is this a business opportunity for someone? I would certainly pay for a handful of ideal prints right now.