Lighting for stained glass

Started Dec 19, 2020 | Discussions thread
gbainbridge Senior Member • Posts: 2,786
Re: Lighting for stained glass
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I suspect that you will probably have to composite at least two photographs to get a good image of this. One taken during the day, then another taken at night with light within the building, or at least behind the stained glass. Possibly a separate shot for each window.

I used this technique a few years ago when I needed to photograph a shop front. During the day there were too many reflections in the window, so I took one shot during the day, marked the position of my tripod then took another photograph at night with the shop's lights on in the window.

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Thanks,
Gary.

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