1. RacePhoto

    Vintage Glass Negative - Help identifying anything?

    Some of the rest of the glass plates are Scio Ohio, late 1800s but there are two larger ones and this is one of them. Possibly no connection. More than concern for specific ID I wondered if anyone has any ideas about the Uniforms the girls are wearing? Hats, vests, notice skirts socks and shoes...
  2. T

    Photographing cocktails and glassware

    Hi. I am not new to photography but mostly do outdoor work and have just recently begun doing photos of cocktails, which I want to be vibrant and show off the colors. My setup is relatively simple and IDEALLY I'd like to have tips that do not require vast amounts of additional expensive...
  3. D

    How to photograph glass

    Hi, I'm a beginner and I would apprecitate some advice on how to photograph glass like the image below. Editing, any tips and tricks are welcome. Thanks! Link: ✨
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    Should I upgrade my camera body or invest in glass?

    I've got a Canon Rebel T5 I'm just starting out in my photography business. I know a better camera body will improve image quality of my pictures. Although I've also been told to just invest in higher end glass until I can afford a better camera. What do you guys think? If you have any...
  5. joshuatdlr

    70-300 or 70-200L?

    I am debating whether to buy the soon to be released Canon 70-300 mm f/4-5.6 IS II USM, or the Canon 70-200 mm f/4L USM. They are nearly the same price and I am torn. I am in need of a new telephoto lens. Currently there is little information on the 70-300, but the specifications seem promising...
  6. redbourn

    Turquoise pyrex

    Just returned from a vacation on a Greek Island and had a great time. Friendly,warm, and generous people and I am now thinking of moving from a town to a village, here in Portugal. Came to the conclusion that people have more friends in villages than in towns. Back to photography. I knew...
  7. Roadside Antiques Shop in Torrance Ontario

    Roadside Antiques Shop in Torrance Ontario

    A well used building now serves as a roadside antiques shop near Torrance Ontario. Brian Carson The Learning Curve Photography