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Post-Production of Glass of Whiskey with Ice shot: Tabletop Photography Tutorial Part 2

Post-Production of Glass of Whiskey with Ice shot: Tabletop Photography Tutorial Part 2

In this part of the photography tutorial I want to show you how I did the photo editing and post-production for this shot.

Import and sort the images in Lightroom

I Started by going trough every image from the photography session in Lightroom. I mark the images that I like with blue color. Next thing to do is to sort the images marked with blue out so I only have those to work with in the final image.
When I’m done with the sorting I start with making some basic adjustments for one shot and then I copy the settings and paste it into the other two. (I’m able to do this because I used the same flash and camera settings on all of the three shots.

If had different settings I would have to change each image manually or, change each image to the way I want with any specific part of that image).

 

post-production and photo editiong of glass os whiskeyThis is how my Lightroom catalog looks like Yellow and Green marks is for Part 1 of this tutorial

 

Post-production Video showing how I edited in Photoshop

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2 responses on "Post-Production of Glass of Whiskey with Ice shot: Tabletop Photography Tutorial Part 2"

  1. This is too quick and too advanced to me, I wish to have this tutorial again but in details.

  2. Just to ask:
    Isn’t it better to edit the back part of the liquid with the front?
    Because it looks s bit dimmed comparing to the main liquid color.
    Kind regards
    Ivan Atanasov

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