Still life photography is the depiction of inanimate subject matter, most typically a small grouping of objects. Still life photography, more so than other types of photography, such as landscape or portraiture, gives the photographer more leeway in the arrangement of design elements within a composition. i hope you will like these still life photography examples,
Backgrounds: Keep it simple! Plain, crease free backgrounds are a good place to start then you can always add a few extra bits of fabric or scarves, draping them over the background or table if necessary.
Composition: Don't rush setting the scene, take your time to make sure it looks right, moving objects around until you can get the best composition you can. Think about it in terms of triangle that are higher at one end and taper off. Use items that differ in size, colour and add different textures to your shot. Try moving your camera around too as just moving it a few inches to either side might make all the difference to the shot.
Support: A tripod is good – especially if you're using slower shutter speeds.
Lighting: If you want to keep things simple, just use one light. A studio light is fine but a high powered standard energy saving bulb in a lamp is great too as it produces a soft light.
Focus: Stopping down the lens will increase the depth of field in your shot to get everything in focus. Take a few images with different focus points too. Invariably just one shot is fine but it's handy to have the others in case you want to combine the best bits from each.