I'm starting to fall in love with shooting metal and glass in the studio for my product lighting class. The techniques used to light these objects in the studio are very interesting and fun to do. For instance, when lighting glass it's important to know that glass sees everything and reflects everything. So, how do you fix that? Glass also bends and refracts light when it hits it, so you have to compensate for that as well. Setting up the studio for these projects are half the fun for me because I like creating and building set ups for a shoot. Product lighting is not my forte but I am very much enjoying it.