Incorporate glass in today’s image: a window, a mirror, a wine glass, sunglasses, or something else. It doesn’t matter what form the glass takes.
Today’s Tip: We’ve practiced shooting at different angles and from unique POVs. How can you interact with glass to create an interesting photo?
I love looking through blue glass!
Just the other day I found myself walking the isles of TJ MAXX, looking for frames for the family photos I wanted to hang on our “hall of fame.” I found two, threw them in the buggy, and proceeded to the register when my eye caught the shimmer of blue glass.
There on the shelf sat a large and almost awkward blue glass vase. Being the queen of awkward, a chord of kinship stirred in my heart and just like that, I was in love.
The deep blue hues, I realized, would compliment the blue table cloth I had previously purchased for our dining room table. And with a price tag of only $12.99, it was a no brainer…the ole blue girl would go home with me!
I used the blue glass to complete my photography 101 assignment. Below are the photos I captured. Hope you enjoy them!
The blue glass transformed boring into mystical in the caption above. I feel I’m under water surveying the scene, much like a fish in an aquarium.
Above I played with cropping and using the flash. I love the wintry frost appearance.
My Guardian Angel
“For now we are looking in a mirror that gives only a dim (blurred) reflection [of reality as in a riddle or enigma], but then [when perfection comes] we shall see in reality and face to face!” (I Cor 13:12) (AMP)