Glass · northcarolinaphotographyschool · Photography · rcc · Studio lighting

Making the Invisible Visible

 

Wherever there is light, One can Photograph. – Alfred Stieglitz

 

For this weeks post, I decided to show the photos from my glass assignment. We had to light the same glass in the studio and create two images. One of the images had to be a bright field image, which means the light would bend and create black lines around the glass. The image with the white background is my bright field image. The second images had to be a dark field images, which means that the light would bend and create white lines around the glass. The image with the black background is my dark field image. This assignment was challenging but I learned a lot from doing it. Lighting glass without having any flare is tricky. This assignment taught me how to properly light glass. I am proud of my final images and cannot wait to learn more.

 

-Megan Wright

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7 thoughts on “Making the Invisible Visible

  1. Megan, I think you did very well with this assignment, especially with the light field. I, personally struggled a lot with the dark field and found it VERY hard not to get any unwanted reflections but also found it helpful to remember that the light is going to show on the opposite side from where it is actually hitting the glass. Great job.

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