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Dec 27, 2016 19:00 as a reply to post 18223438 |
Platinum_ht wrote in post #18304061
Here are a couple of my images.
Platinum_ht wrote in post #18304062
One more wine bottle photo shot.
Very professional lighting. Do you have any pull back shots or "how it was lit" shots?
Mar 22, 2017 19:18 as a reply to navydoc's post |
Razzle Dazzle Drinks..
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May 18, 2017 17:54 as a reply to tcphoto1's post |
Great minds think alike... just made a Manhattan with the Antica Formula Vermouth myself.
5D MkIII | 7D | Bronica ETRS
Not the best by far but I'm having fun playing with lights and learning to 'sculpt' photos of bottles & glasses.
navydoc wrote in post #18363904
Still working on my lighting. I'm only using two flashes since the 3rd one I ordered was not delivered today as expected. ⚓ A reflector was used to help light the center of the bottle.
[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/TUYNoy]Sauvignon Blanc- by Gene, on Flickr
DonJuanMair wrote in post #18364166
You can always take a couple exposures. Take one of what you have there for the bottle which looks nice. Then think about the label only. Position yourlights so that the label is lit nicely, either camera right or camera left and then get that shot. Combine the layers in PS after and remove the reflection from the flash for the label shot.
Good point. With everything locked down, I could take multiple shots lighting different areas and then blending in PS. My new flash will be delivered today too so it will be a good excuse to use it in a similar setup.
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