This night we had six unstoppable f-stoppers with questions, stories, and photos to share.
Deborah started it off by showing some prints of her tabletop work with uranium glass as the subject. Uranium glass, often referred to as Depression Glass or sometimes Vaseline Glass, uses a form of uranium to enhance its looks. It's usually green but may be yellow and seems to have an inner glow. If fact, under black light, it does glow which is probably where the movies got the idea of showing uranium as a glowing green blob. Anyway, I have three pieces but have only found the bowl so far. Deborah placed it in a light tent, on a piece of glass, on black construction paper with a hole in it to let the black light come up from underneath. She also experimented with black light from sources above as well as other types of lights to get some interesting images.