Martini and Margarita glass

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  1. cszakolczai

    cszakolczai TPF Noob!

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    The pictures were inspired by my girlfriends sister who said, "I want you to take pictures so I can hang them on the wall" so as a smart man, I said yes and did as I was told. At 20 I am learning the ways of women well, haha. Anyways here ya go...

    Single SB800
    50mm 1.8
    D200
    SB800 underneath glass 1/16th power (I think)
    Fired wireless with alienbee's cybersync
    Here are the shots...
    Margarita glass
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    Erupting
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    Martini glass
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    Erupting
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    Chris
     
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    Number 2 is the neatest, but it could be improved by getting some catch lighting in the droplets which are suspended above the glass. Cool shots. This stuff is always fun to shoot.
     
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    Wow! That third shot (Erupting) is beyond cool! If it weren't for the drops along the back lip of the glass it would be commercial quality - perfect for a really cool liquor ad.
     
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    This one's not there... Did you move it and forget to fix the link?
     
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    here is the 2nd one sorry,

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    Ahh...

    Thank you for adding the second one, I like it the most out of the four.
     
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    thanks, I am gonna blow these up and turn them into some art, plus I have another image I am currently working on which should be pretty fun to shoot.
     
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    The second shot is the most creative of the group. The bottom strobe seems way too hot. Maybe add some diffusion or pull it back.

    Love & Bass
     
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    ^ I was going for a pretty hot crazy light flash. Obviously not all the pictures are like this. And thinking about it twice the martini glasses had the power turned down. I am going to do another shoot with a little theme in mind, along with another project I came up with. I just have some safety issues to figure out haha. Going to have some fun!
     

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