Dat Drannkkkk

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  1. j-dogg

    j-dogg TPF Noob!

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    This is a shot I have been wanting FOREVER and finally got the opportunity tonight. One of my favorite bars of choice and rarely ever do I get to do my two favorite activities at the same time, drinking and photography.

    The lighting in this bar REALLY does it for me. anyway, these have some minor touch-up in Photoshop.

    This was a Blue Moon......Jack Daniels, Pineapple and Blue Curacao.

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    This was a Kama Sutra, x-rated, champagne and something else, the color is why I got it (and it will get you absolutely blasted if you drink 4 or 5 of them)

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    few others from the night

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    Derrel Mr. Rain Cloud

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    It's HAMMER TIME!!!!!!!!!!! (I'm diggin' the Blue Moon!)
     
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    Fedaykin TPF Noob!

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    OH GOD THE BLUE! IT BURNS!



    Sorry, just kidding around. But seriously try toning the blue cast in post. Otherwise I like #2 as it is the cleanest shot.
     
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    j-dogg TPF Noob!

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    The Blue Moon was my favorite too, tastes great.

    How does one tone the blue down in post? These were not shot in RAW, I meant to but forgot to set it to RAW.
     
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    Ah, then you'll find it pretty hard to fix it. Always shoot in RAW, especially in these kinds of varied lighting situations.
     

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