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Old 07-26-2013, 7:45 AM
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Was trying out some things with one of those ' Studios in a box' type set-ups with a fluorescent mono light and a small L.E.D. video light shining thru the diffuser top and side panels. These are just the concept photos and were shot with a Quantray 28-85 lens on the D80, I will revisit the set-up later using a better lens and flashes.

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Old 07-26-2013, 9:40 AM
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Looks interesting.
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The first one is a little OOF and you can see the edges of the box. I like your style on the display though!
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The first one is a little OOF and you can see the edges of the box. I like your style on the display though!
That's why I want to reshoot it with my Nikon 18-55 VR and flash, the shutter speeds were just too slow to hand hold successfully with the moonlight.
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If you can capture the gold essence of the light shining through the whiskey like it is in the first one, that would be an awesome shot!
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Tried a couple of reshoots with a Nikon 18-55mm VR lens and a Lensbaby specialty lens.









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Those are pretty good, I wonder if the Jack Daniels company would like to use your pictures?
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