17:00, Tue 14 Jan
A bit of advice please.

I create mosaics which include stained and coloured glass. My photos of them are rubbish because in either natural light or with a flash, the photos just flatten out the textures. What's cool about them is the texture of the glass and the ways light is absorbed and reflected in different ways. My photos never show this. Any ideas?
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17:03, Tue 14 Jan
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17:15, Tue 14 Jan
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17:54, Tue 14 Jan
Thanks.

Part of the answer is to not use flash - never a good idea when photographing glass. If you can illuminate from behind the subject, results will be much better.

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