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How to take a picture like this?

 
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Aug 27, 2017 00:24 |  #1

I want to put together a menu taking pictures of my own food and drinks
How would you take a picture like the one I linked to?
https://www.colourbox.​com …-background-image-2279264 (external link)
I would like to learn how to do a pure white or black background.


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Aug 27, 2017 00:29 |  #2

Google "Photographing drinks" There are thousands of tutorials. Here is one.
https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=ZbwDgb9TWeg (external link)
And another good one.
https://www.youtube.co​m/watch?v=ECnXDP0k1_s (external link)


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Aug 27, 2017 00:40 |  #3

Awesome, much appreciated


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Aug 27, 2017 02:22 |  #4

You will need at freshly brewed pot of tea (allowed to cool), some plastic prop ice cubes (won't melt) and at least two bottles of whiskey.

Put the prop ice cubes in the glass and poor in the tea. Now start watching the videos JJ linked to above and the many many more that you will find once you start googling. There are lots of videos to watch.... which is why you will want two bottle of whiskey to drink while watching them.


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