Shooting Glass

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  1. The Phototron

    The Phototron TPF Noob!

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    2. (Ignore the dot on the left side for now, it's been fixed, just that the upload takes forever)
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    What do you think?

    Btw, feel free to leave advices on how to shoot glasses, make the set up, etc.
     
  2. Lorielle99

    Lorielle99 TPF Noob!

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    i love #2. its as if the glass is bleeding.
     
  3. bango707

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    #2 really is a beautiful image! Probably one of the best I've seen on TPF as of late!!!
     
  4. The Phototron

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    Thanks!

    About the glass bleeding, no way! That's too emo! I was just having a cup of fresh syrup. :drool:

    Thanks! I'm flattered.
     
  5. schumionbike

    schumionbike TPF Noob!

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    I like number 2, very nice
     
  6. rob91

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    Yeah I like #2. Great color and light tones, the liquid looks thick (#1 it's way too transparent and unappealing), and that drop going down the side is killer. Such a clear disturbance in an otherwise perfect frame....gah it's upsetting me!! but that's good!!!
     
  7. The Phototron

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    Thanks rob!

    The drop was due to my clumsy hands while pouring in the syrup. :lol:
     
  8. GeorgeUK

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    Great photos, esp number 2. How did you set up the glass? What settings did you use on the camera?
     
  9. jstuedle

    jstuedle No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I would think it more a matter of lighting technique than camera settings.
     
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    M1M TPF Noob!

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    Great pics!

    #2 is HAWT:thumbup:
     
  11. noescape

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    Wow... Nice job on #2!
     
  12. Igor39

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    Fantastic job with number 2, the only comment would be that the picture might benefit if the glass was cleaned. Also whats in the glass? wine?
     

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