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  1. Funky

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    alright, i need some help with something, a glass blower artist came to me when i was working my shift in the gallery here in portland and wanted me to take some pictures of her work, i said that would be good because i can always use some extra money. the thing is ive never photographed anyone elses work, or better yet glass in general, ive read up and there some crazy properties to is. the ending result is i have 0 idea of how much i should charge her for a days work. so if anyone could throw some insight in to this ide be very greatful.
     
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    I would suggest some hotlamps or "constant on" lights, like household lamps or flourescents. Just make sure your digital is white balanced properly or preset to the color temp of the lights. This way you can model what the object will look like. Also, you could use strobes, but it will take a little longer to setup.
     
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    shoot RAW if possible so that any white balance issues can be easily sorted out in post processing.
     

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