Macro,  reflection

Darkroom studio II (glasses)

My darkroom studio is convenient for flower photography and high contrast, especially white. Today I tried out glasses with reflections and a nearly complete homogenous white vase. The only variations are reflections imposed on it from little light leaks of my improvised studio.

White vase © Julian Köpke

A photograph of a glass in a more documentary style is the following. The representation of the glass cutting is realistic. The stem out of the focal plane is appropriate for the focus of the photograph.

Glass cutting © Julian Köpke

The combination of black and green thrilled me in the composition with traditional wine glasses for regional white wine. Unexpectedly, I got some copper allusions with some warmth in the transparent glass.

Wine glasses with green stem © Julian Köpke

A more cool representation is the following composition with more glasses, including a tasting glass for Whisky. Is it the morning after a roaring party ? No leftovers can be seen so far …

Glasses with white and green stem © Julian Köpke

A more detailed view ist the following photograph, which is more on the warm side. The glasses get a copper-like appearance.

Details of glasses © Julian Köpke

I like to make things visible the naked eye isn't able to see. That's part of my profession as a radiologist, too.

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