SHOOTING CLEAR GLASS
A Photo Project

by Florence w Deems
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The members of the camera club I belong to wanted to practice shooting clear glass on black and white backgrounds. So I decided to make this into a personal photo project.

A peacock's downy feather
stuck into a clear glass.

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Two wine glasses

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The fancy tangled ribbon caught
various colors of the ambient light.

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The flame is the major light source here.

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Selenite "towers" - very glassy

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Two faceted glass crystals.

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Crystal bell.

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Cut glass jar with lid

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Simple glass bowl with ladle.

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A Chinese wood carving inside glass.

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A glass egg timer.

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No reason to set up inside.
This was shot outside on a bench with
the sun streaking through it
to land on the bench.

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I hope to add more images to this project
as I produce them.


For those interested, this article explains
how to shoot images of clear glass.

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