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Photography/Non-Glare glass

Hi Folks,

In case you’re going to try the tip about spray painting non-glare
glass for photography purposes, let me point something out that I just
discovered, and may save you a few bucks. Non-glare glass has a right
side and a wrong side. One side is normal glare reflective glass, and
only one side has the non-glare properties. My assumption (and not
what I did) is that you are supposed to apply the paint to the glare
side (underside) so the subject sits on the non glare side. Good thing
I bought three pieces… I went through two before I made this
discovery. At least I’ll have one good one!

Learning as I go,


Dave Sebaste
Sebaste Studio and
Carolina Artisans’ Gallery
Charlotte, NC (USA)