|Natural Light, Example #4|
Left: natural light from the rear, photographed against a sheet of white paper.
Sometimes the standard "light against dark" technique just doesn't work, as in the example shown at right above. George looks as if he's about to set out for the beach - his image is rendered in negative and he appears to be wearing shades. To get the best out of this particular glass, it has to be photographed against a light background and then we run the risk of losing the label completely.
In this example, we don't have to worry about reflections
because the light background is going to drown out pretty much
anything other than a direct camera flash.
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