This was actually one of base shots for last weeks post Don’t Spill The Wine. I liked the elegance of the glass in black and white. The shot was back lit using a speed light bouncing light of white card behind. Black and White photography is a great medium for presenting shapes that are created though the contrast of light and dark.
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8 thoughts on “Five Days Of Black and White; Day Four Elegance”
Very nice wine glass !! to put Bordeaux! aesthetically beautiful black and white
I prefer rose or sweet red. Sometimes black and white can comunicate the simplicity of everyday things.
Thank you for commenting.
Excellent…and thanks for the tip about bouncing light off a white card behind, I shall try that sometime.
Hi Sue,when photographing glass it is a really good idea.
Expertly executed! You held the specular highlights really, really well.
Thank you, I tried not to push the highlights too much as I wanted a soft feeling in the glass. Thank you for taking the time to comment I hope you can pop back again in the future.
Great glass shot Ben !
Thank you Julie, maybe I will do more like this in the future.