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When shooting glass, lighting only the background is of then the best approach. In this picture I used a large studio light above the glass blocks and created a pool of light on the background … there was no light shining directly on the glass. The darkening at the corners, is natural vignetting created by the shape of the light pool. The client was in the studio for this one, and they liked the drama created by this lighting approach.

I also got very close to the awards with a wide-angle lens to make the shapes of the blocks a little more dynamic – adding further to the drama of the image.

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