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    Photographing Beverages???

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    Sat Sep 14, 2013 9:24 pm
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    I have tried to take photos of drinks for a couple times. Couldn't be satisfied! I think it's much harder than taking photos of food, especially when you have a full plate of colorful ingredients, which is usually the case. But drinks are different. All I want to say is that these photos are very WELL DONE! Love the decorations, the angles, and the vision! Thank you for sharing!!
    Sun Sep 15, 2013 9:14 am
    Forum Host
    I do know that angle is crucial and lighting for taking photos of beverages. I need to take a photo today of coffee for a tag game in NA*ME and I'm relieved it's coffee and not clear(er) beverage like iced tea. The latter is harder to photograph.

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