- Sep 11, 2017
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Thanks for the effort, I was real curious. I need to quit dragging my feet and get Lightroom!Had a quick play with it in Lr, couldn’t remove it at all. The beam is soooo bright it’s burnt out that part of the photo, just like the sun would do. Think you hit the nail on the head with what you said about taking that shot at a different angle. I don’t know what I’m talking about but when I take a photo with something bright in it I’ll move the drone/camera until I get no sun/beams of bright light in it, I use the histogram when I take pics also remember our good old friend, zebra
mnis, do not despair, its a glass sculpture in a reflecting pool at the Tacoma Museum of Glass and I will take you there right now. Here are some photos (not mine) to orient you and show the beauty of the place. First, here is a photo looking southeast with Mt. Rainier and Tacoma Dome in background to show general area:
Here we are looking from different angle showing the pavilion which runs along a waterway and marina.
I love these shots (again not mine):
Which brings us to the dome.
Which houses a glass blowing "hot shop" which is open to the public to watch the process.
It was the brainchild of famous artist and glass blower, Dale Chihuly who once said:
When I was studying interior architecture, and playing around with glass because I really liked glass.
There was one night when I blew a bubble and put a pipe into this glass I had melted and blew a bubble.
From that moment, I wanted to be a glassblower.
His works are on display throughout the area.
On a wild hunch let me ask, have you been there @charliesRig?