I'm biased. It's a photo of coffee. I love coffee ... so it's sexy enough for meGale said:the only thing I could suggest is a bit of "paint with light on the coffee beans so they are not so dull.
Steam and smoke always seem to show up better when backlit, so maybe, like a microscope light hitting real steam from behind? I would suspect that it would not look right though. Maybe some dry ice. I know the steam from DI tends to go downward, but if you blew into the cup with a straw from above, you might be able to get it to swirl up.TR_Fox said:So Chris any ideas on the steam??
I took PS - ART270 a while back (it was PS7) at Phoenix College from Pat Tenyek, who is also teaching it (and ART 117, beginning PS) this coming Fall. Tuition is about $150 for the course (plus a materials, ink and paper, fee), and it's one night a week (Wednesdays.) Class starts August 24 and run 'til mid December. Pat's the kind of teacher who lets you go where you want, but is there if you need guidance.TR_Fox said:BTW what are you charging for PS classes. :lol: :lol: :lol: