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Jun 14, 2017 23:12 |  #31

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Sorry. I have to shoot stuff with labels on it. My wife's home-brew just goes into plain brown bottles. Tasty, but not really photogenic.

You need to get the wife a Keezer then and stop messing around with the bottles and just keg it. Buy some blackboard paint and some chalk and next go around do your lens test shooting the hand made chalk label above each tap. I have a three tap Keezer like that and it's awesome.

Not sure if you are aware, but there are thousands of non InBev bottles to choose from while you bike your wife her Keezer.


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Jun 14, 2017 23:35 |  #32

I like beer. I don't drink enough of any one kind bother with kegs, or a keezer. One local grocery store has over 1,000 beers on the shelf. You can buy them one at a time. Mix-and-match 6-packs are about $12. Great way to sample new stuff.




  
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Jun 15, 2017 06:38 |  #33

Bassat wrote in post #18378779 (external link)
I like beer. I don't drink enough of any one kind bother with kegs, or a keezer. One local grocery store has over 1,000 beers on the shelf. You can buy them one at a time. Mix-and-match 6-packs are about $12. Great way to sample new stuff.

You missed my point. If your wife is home brewing then she probably is doing minimum of 5 gallon batches. Keg the home brew stuff in one 5 gal corney keg container instead of messing with 50 bottle containers.


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Jun 19, 2017 02:43 |  #34

I don't use LR, but prefer PS instead and it offers many options as far as plug-ins. You can use some of these in LR, but it's a workaround that I haven't really dug deep into because I don't like LR for other reasons.

I've found that different NR plug-ins work better with different bodies. For example, I love NeatImage with D5 files, but sometimes prefer Topaz with D500 files. Most have free trials, so I suggest downloading one at a time, learning how to use them, then move on to another until you find one that meets your specific needs.




  
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