Photo 101: Glass 3.0

Day 17 goal:  Add interest to your photos by incorporating glass in an interesting or unusual way.

This time, I focused on the reflections glass provides.

reflection of camera in magnifying mirror, with flash

Making use of my new 10X magnifying mirror. 

I like the way details of the camera lens show up and the extra reflections in the lens when I used the flash in the first photo.

reflection of camera in magnifying mirror

reflection of trees in balcony window of 1884 Wildwood Bed and Breakfast

A balcony window of the 1884 Wildwood Bed and Breakfast in Hot Springs, Arkansas.


I’m always desiring to learn and improve upon my photography.  If you have the time, I’d really appreciate hearing your opinion:  Would you compare this post to the previous two and leave a comment telling me which one you like best and why?  Thanks!

Glass 2.0 — Textured antique windows and doorknobs look great through a macro lens.

Glass 1.0 — This was a popular post of mine that I enjoyed making the first time I participated in Photo 101.

2 thoughts on “Photo 101: Glass 3.0

  1. Very unique way to get the glass in your pictures. Like these photos, with the camera. Quite interesting. That last photo is very pretty. Good job. Enjoyed looking back at your 2 posts from the past. The doorknobs were great the the lighted flower arrangement. I tried the flower thing after you did the flowers and light, but I never got the effect that you did.

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