wineglasses+food coloring

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  1. RL.

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    cc please...

    taken with 50mm @ f8, manual focus, .25 ss, iso 200, in my kitchen. shot with my wireless remote shutter to prevent shake.

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    LOL, shot in the dark, but did you get this from a Magazine Article?
     
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    Not natural.
    Wine glasses dont just tilt on their own.
    They are made to hold wine, not food coloring.
    Clear glass on a white background??????
    The bottoms of the glasses are cut off.

    This has a logo on it? It's Copy righted?
    You'd have to pay me to take this image off your hands.
    I'm certain no one wants to steal it.
     
  4. RL.

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    an idea i saw on a forum, forgot if it was this one or another im onm but yes not my idea

    this post could've used some finesse but thanks cupcake :mrgreen:
     
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    Yah, I seen this exact concept, direection on "how to" in an article in a Photog Magazine over the weekend.

    Not knocking you, I wanted to try it too.

    I think the glass has a bit of yellow in it, and the colors would look better if it was a bit more darker/contrast , something to pop it out.

    I wanted to try it as well. Looks pretty similar to the article

    Nice try at it
     
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    I think it would work better if the dye in the middle glass were a brighter red.

    How did you get the glasses to stay at an angle like that?
     
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    thanks, i might try again with different color dyes/lighting!

    tape them to a thick piece of cardboard, lay cardboard on an angle on a book, there's a reason the bottom of the glasses are cropped out, for composition and you would see them taped up! lol
     
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    Dont mention it, Rosebud.
     
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    So?
    So?
    So?
    Yeah, what of it?
    This could be the only valid complaint. Personally, I'd like to see the tops of the glasses cut off as well.

    Watermark, or not, all images are copyrighted.
    I knew you were best ignored. You should probably avoid critiqueing other peoples work until yours is up to snuff.
    You know, until you know what you're talking about.
     
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    You can't Ignore me BJ.
    I'm your favorite student.
     
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    Don't flatter yourself.
     
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    Definately a really cool concept I would really like to try this.
     

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