Frosted Glass Table Tops - Round Contemporary Tables.
Frosted Glass Table Tops
- Frosted glass, or opaque glass, is produced by the sandblasting or acid etching of clear sheet glass. It has the effect of rendering the glass translucent by scattering of light during transmission, thus blurring images while still transmitting light.
- Glass with a white translucent surface resulting from sandblasting or etching.
- Glass used for light bulbs that has been roughened or treated with a spray on coating (See IF), for the purpose of diffusing light. (See Diffusion).
- (table-top) n. a jump in which the rider throws the bike sideways in mid-air. Less commonly, a jump made over a hill that reaches a plateau and goes back down.
- Table Tops was a free daily newspaper produced for Australian Army personnel, published in the Atherton Tableland Training Area in Queensland, Australia, with regional editions produced abroad for serving personnel.
- (table top) 1. A jump that is flat from the lip to the landing. 2. A BMX or mountain bike jumping trick where you flatten the bike out horizontally, like a table top, while you're flying through the air.
Day One Hundred Fifty One
[151/365] Bounce. Intensive photo session... A living room table top made of frosted glass, a bouncing ball not bouncing like I want it to bounce, a flash in my hand, under the table, trying to trace the ball as it’s doing its wild thing, holding the modeling light button on the flash makes a perfect strobe effect for this experiment. Almost blind after all the staring into the flashlight and sweaty after endless bouncing ball haunting, I finally gave up. Too much to do for the moment so I’m a little behind in uploads… Strobist info: SB800 @ 1/128, , 105mm, bare, tracing bouncing ball from the underside of the table top frosted glass. Camera on tripod Triggered with Skyports.
under the frost 001
This set were taken around 9am on a sunny morning after a frost, and are of the glass top of our garden table. The shots labeled under were taken lying on the cold concrete, brrrrrrr. This shot reminds me of both a ribcage and an insect's legs