d c stained glass, 11 Allhallows Lane, Kendal, Cumbria, LA9 4JH
Tel: 07890 840768
You will find me at the Studio at some point on most days.
And you will find that my shop window is always open!
I work at my bench in the studio. And I work at my drawing board up the street. I am often out on site or visiting sites of special interest….
So what I am saying is……
Should you wish to catch me in and chat to me about my favourite subject of stained glass, or perhaps to discuss your own commission, then please…. do call or email first and…
M a k e a n a p p o i n t m e n t ! It will be lovely to meet you.
Very, very nice work, Debbie!
My wife used to make stained glass panels, before she got arthritis in her wrists.
When I photographed her work I found the following set-up by far the most effective:
Flash Diffuser Work Camera
The remotely controlled flash fires through a circular white diffuser behind the stained glass panel towards the camera. Everything spaced 1 meter apart. This gives good, even backlighting with excellent contrast without front reflections, showing the colours at their best. It also gives the lead a nice solid black, again without reflections.
Thank you Jim for your lovely comments. I will pass your photographic tips by a friend as you have me confused. But good images can make or break a project so I will try and take your advice. Thanks, Debbie
I love your gallery Beautiful work .I purchased a curlew from you a while ago which I love You didn`t have a lovely shed then! . I am still dabbling a little in my own stained glass projects, but I am baffled as to how you attach your glass so beautifully to driftwood? 1`d love to pop in sometime when I am in Silverdale (we have a caravan in the area) Your work is amazing!!
Regards, Linda Halliday