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Old Jun 19, 2013, 5:44 PM   #1
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Picking up where Sammy left off with his glass of beer shot by the campfire, thought I would share some recent glasses of beer. And really, this stuff is for drinking... Photos are OOC, exported from iPhoto. Wife is not pleased in the evening when I drag out the laptop just to transfer the day's shooting to disc so no time to play with the raw files
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Old Jun 19, 2013, 10:09 PM   #2
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Those look great. The first one especially makes a great scene.
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Old Jun 20, 2013, 12:03 AM   #3
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..........they do look good. I particularly like the second, straightned a bit and it is a super image.
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Great color and gee, how clean those glasses are. Thanks for sharing and now I'm off to get a cold beer.
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Thanks for looking in and the comments... The first shot well, there had been a few ahead of this one when the glass was fuller, and then I decided to wait for one of the servers to trot by in the background to give the shot some more sense of location. The second well, all I'll say is it wasn't the first glass and the table was crooked. The final shot the glass is so clean -- that's how they do things here in Salzburg. And now after another plus 38 degree C day, its time to do some more research... Cheers
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Thanks for looking in and the comments... The first shot well, there had been a few ahead of this one when the glass was fuller, and then I decided to wait for one of the servers to trot by in the background to give the shot some more sense of location. The second well, all I'll say is it wasn't the first glass and the table was crooked. The final shot the glass is so clean -- that's how they do things here in Salzburg. And now after another plus 38 degree C day, its time to do some more research... Cheers
Yeah, when I was doing mine I had a shot where the "table" (old log I stood up next to my chair) was crooked. I tried straightening it in PP but then the liquid inside was of course crooked in comparison to everything else. I put something under the one end of the glass to straighten it out.

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looks like my evening last night watching the bruins !

But anyways a nice series of beer shots.
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