By Michael Langford, Anna Fox, Richard Sawdon Smith, Peter Renn, Christian Nolle, Mark Bolland
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Extra resources for Langford's Basic Photography: The Guide for Serious Photographers, Eighth Edition
However, if the surface is smooth and shiny such as glass or gloss paint it acts more like a mirror, and reflects most of the light back in one direction. This is called specular reflection. If your light strikes the shiny surface at right angles it is reflected backward along its original path. You get a patch of glare, for example, when flash-on-camera shots are taken flat on towards a glass window or gloss-painted wall. 7). So try to arrange your lighting direction or camera viewpoint to bounce glare light away when photographing a highly reflective surface.
For a great deal of the nineteenth century (photography was officially invented in 1839: See Appendix G for a timeline of events leading up to the invention of photography and important dates since 1839), photographers were often seen as a threat by painters who never failed to point out in public that these apparently crass interlopers had no artistic ability or knowledge. To some extent this was true – you needed to be something of a chemist to get results at all; but a knowledge of art also helped with composition, lighting and so on.
The result is a very unclear ‘out-of-focus’ effect. So a lens has to be focused precisely; the correct image position will depend on the light-bending power of the lens, and the distance between lens and subject. Having tried a magnifying glass, compare it with your camera lens if it is detachable. 16 This image was made with a wide-diameter lens focused for one droplet on the barbed wire. Droplets closer (left) and further away (right) become unsharp patches of light at this focus setting. Notice how each patch takes on the shape of the lens diaphragm length.
Langford's Basic Photography: The Guide for Serious Photographers, Eighth Edition by Michael Langford, Anna Fox, Richard Sawdon Smith, Peter Renn, Christian Nolle, Mark Bolland