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Bullseye staff photographer preparing to demonstrate how to photograph glass

Photographing Glass L138

Bullseye photographer Hanmi Meyer shares proven practices, strategies, and pro tips that lead to success in photographing glass.

Glass bubbles

Beating Bubbles L072

Bubbles of trapped air are a perfectly natural phenomenon when working with kilnformed glass. Learn what causes large bubbles and ways to help prevent them

This lesson covers the causes of devitrification, ways to prevent it, and ways to deal with unintended devit if it develops.

Dealing with Devitrification L070

Devitrification, or devit, is the growth of crystalline structures on the surface of glass. Here, you will learn the causes of devitrification and ways to prevent it.

This lesson explores two of the most important practices for avoiding unwanted breaking: avoiding thermal shock and ensuring proper annealing.

Why Did It Break? L042

This lesson covers two of the most common causes of a piece breaking: thermal shock and improper annealing.

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