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Apr 25, 2016 13:15 |  #16

I really like that garnish setup. Is that a real ice ball?

Is that smoke in the background from a separate source behind the table top?


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Apr 25, 2016 15:07 as a reply to  @ Justinsmnz's post |  #17

Yeah that ice ball was real, and it was really cool, the smoke is from a smoker. The drink is smoked too


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May 20, 2016 03:18 as a reply to  @ post 17963374 |  #18

Nice shots, really editorial. I miss the top of the Bacardi bottle on the first one.


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Jun 25, 2016 03:17 |  #19

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Jun 25, 2016 11:48 |  #20

Whiskey accompanied.


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Jun 25, 2016 15:45 as a reply to  @ corythosaurus's post |  #21

Is it too early to start drinking? Great photos guys!




  
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Jun 26, 2016 13:24 |  #22

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Jun 27, 2016 14:22 |  #23

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Pretty cool! I love tiki drinks, what's this one called ?

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Jun 27, 2016 16:54 |  #24

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Pretty cool! I love tiki drinks, what's this one called ?

Mike

Yeah theyre coming back strong here in Vegas.

I dont actually know tbh, checked the article and couldnt find a name


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Jun 27, 2016 21:00 |  #25

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Yeah theyre coming back strong here in Vegas.

I dont actually know tbh, checked the article and couldnt find a name

Yeah, they've strangely gotten huge again down here in Florida as well. In fact, the grand prize winners at the last several cocktail competitions I've been to have all been Tiki-themed. Even the most recent Fernet Branca (a dark and bitter digestif) and Tullamore Dew (whiskey) competitions have had several really unique Tiki entries.

Really nice perspective with the vertical lines in that shot.


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Jul 05, 2016 22:13 |  #27

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Wow, that's quite a Bloody Mary set up! Amazing colors and really nice, even lighting overall.

On the subject of lighting, can anyone think of a way to shoot this hero-style image while still featuring the embossed logo on the front of the cup? No matter what I've done with reflectors and angles, I can't seem to get the embossed logo to come forward more prominently than the contents of the glass itself. It's obviously much easier with both the empty glass and the opaque Bloody Mary, but we don't want to pitch the cup for any specific cocktail, so the standard soda would be ideal.

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Jul 06, 2016 10:58 |  #28

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Wow, that's quite a Bloody Mary set up! Amazing colors and really nice, even lighting overall.

Thank you, i had to do two shots and blend the focus points.

That is a tough question, BUT i think this will work..... dulling spray. A lot of major ad companies use it for their shoots, youll still see the ingredients i think if you dont go overboard

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Jul 06, 2016 11:12 |  #29

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Thank you, i had to do two shots and blend the focus points.

That is a tough question, BUT i think this will work..... dulling spray. A lot of major ad companies use it for their shoots, youll still see the ingredients i think if you dont go overboard

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Awesome idea! I actually saw that several months ago, but never ended up buying any. I'll see if I can find it locally and give it a shot. I've used matte clear coat on bottles before prior to glycerin spraying, but I wasn't sure how it would work with the texture of the hand-blown green glass.


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Jul 06, 2016 11:51 |  #30

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Awesome idea! I actually saw that several months ago, but never ended up buying any. I'll see if I can find it locally and give it a shot. I've used matte clear coat on bottles before prior to glycerin spraying, but I wasn't sure how it would work with the texture of the hand-blown green glass.

let us know how it works, i have a can sitting in my garage and never got round to using it


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