Studio Wine

By: Gustav Hoiland

Feb 09 2011

Category: studio

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Aperture:f/11
Focal Length:41mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 7D

The Italian Rose

(If the image is not displayed above, CLICK HERE TO SEE)

And the age of transparency lighting is upon me. With a prize bottle of Italian wine (wait, French?), I kicked off my first foray into lighting liquids. This dear bottle, hand imported by the new roommate, will be opened and indulged in this Friday. Come one, come all.

Strangely, this particular shot wasn’t all that hard to make. It’s tricky, because that means it can get much, much better, but it looks so good as it is. It’s… exploring further greatness or something…

Next challenge – The Pour. Getting liquid in motion, lit correctly. I’m thinking some Harpoon Beer. It should look something like this

CLICK ME!… Jeff Harris’ Work

I love it.

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