Studio Glass Part II   2 comments

© 2012 Paul Coffin Photography
 

Last night I spent a few more hours experimenting in the studio, with the final result shown here. A few spills and several attempts at capturing the right pour and I’m pretty happy with the results. I love the way the back light shines through the ale and the black side cards add just a hint of black along the glasses edge. I can absolutely see how it takes hours and sometimes days to get the right image in the studio.  I can’t claim to offer any creative originality here, but am excited about applying my learning to something in the future that will.

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Posted May 11, 2012 by Paul Coffin in Art, Photography, Studio

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2 responses to “Studio Glass Part II

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  1. Nice work. We all see photos like this in ads or catalogs and it’s easy to forget how much experience, thought, and effort goes into it.

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Thanks Bill for stopping by. It is far more difficult than I had thought, but is a great primer for understanding light and the dynamics of glass.

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