I found an old photography book at an estate sale today and in it was a whole section on shooting clear glass. FASCINATING! Things I didn't even think about!
Clear glass can be a pain in the butt because if you shoot it on white with traditional front lighting it washes out and you lose all the details. I have LOTS and LOTS of clear glass just sitting in the garage waiting for me to shoot it and list it.
This book suggested shooting clear glass with a backlight through a transparent material to enhance the glass details. Here are my test shots on a fairy light I need to list:
Very retro, classy, old school catalog feel to it!
I'm in LOVE!!!!
Time to pull the glass out of the garage and get it listed!! :)