The things made of glass can be a good subject for photography. As we know, glass objects are either translucent or transparent and generally reflect light. Therefore, special tips and camera settings need to be followed while taking them.
IT HAS been found that glass objects and products look better when isolated on a black or white background. This background highlights the form or shape of the glass object while black background makes it stand out.
You can set up a small studio on a chair by covering the seat and back either by a white or a black sheet as desired. Either use two side-lights or diffused light of early or evening by placing the chair-studio out. Never use a flash light while photographing the glass objects. A tripod or a firm rest at the height of the object is desirable. If available, use the polarizing filters for better effects. Thus, the seamless white or black background and diffused lighting are the most important parts of taking a picture of glass products. Play around with your camera and do a bit of experimenting to get it just right.