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Developing Your Eye II, Day Seven: “Glass”

This is my submission for “Glass”, featuring a glass of red wine.

SP Lim

Developing Your Eye, Day Seven: “Glass”

Developing Your Eye, Day Seven: “Glass”


Developing Your Eye II, Day Seven: “Glass”

Day Seven: “Glass” — Interact with a Surface

Experimenting with glass can create multi-layered and unpredictable shots. Consider this landscape from an estate near Inverness, Scotland:

 

Developing Your Eye II ~ Day Seven: “Glass” — Interact with a Surface

Developing Your Eye II ~ Day Seven: “Glass” — Interact with a Surface

It’s a lovely scene, but what happens when we place an old, creaky window between the viewer and this garden?

Day Seven: “Glass” — Interact with a Surface

Day Seven: “Glass” — Interact with a Surface

Even if you prefer the view without the window, note how this pane of glass introduces a story and adds a layer of complexity to the image. What’s the story behind this estate? Who’s looking out the window?

Incorporate a form of glass — a window, a mirror, a wine glass, sunglasses, or something else — in today’s image.

Today’s Tip: Interact with the glass. Look through or between. Experiment with your flash both on and off. Pick it up and move it around (if possible). Don’t be afraid to experiment.

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