Some product shooting...

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Hi there

are preparing for a big shoot where i have to shoot 450 different bottles of whisky and other spirits for a local shop. what do you think?

So made some testing in the studio the other day... What do you think?

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I have made this setup
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and here are the finished pics with the box's

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Hi Geoff

Thanks for the nice feedback... I bet you like the second one :)

it's pretty difficult but it's not to hard... I just build it up step by step...
 
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Nice series. Bottles are hard!
One thing, though: the reflections on the sides of the bottle seemed to be almost competing with the rest of the bottle. I know processing time is make-or-break for profits lots of times, but could those highlights be toned down some? Just a thought.
 
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Cadenhead is probably my favourite independent bottler, and Springbank my favourite whisky, so I can't complain much about your subject matter.
I have to agree with Bill, though. The highlights on the sides seem a little too much, especially on the Springbank, to where it gets hard to read the labels.
Otherwise I'm well impressed. Looks yummy.

But a Kiwi single malt?
 
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