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Product Photography Tutorial – Glass of Whiskey with Splash and Ice Drop

Product Photography Tutorial – Glass of Whiskey with Splash and Ice Drop

Product Photography Tutorial – Glass of Whiskey with splash

Aron Czapiewski

Hello guys!

My name is Aron and this is my first BTS/product photography tutorial for Photigy. At the moment all the shots I am doing are in my flat and some shots are not easy when two cats are running between cables and photo equipment.

I started my adventure with product photography because each shot is different and each shot need to think about how build lighting setup – I like challenges :)

Glass of Whiskey with Splash and Ice Drop

Product photography tutorial: Glass of Whiskey with Splash

Product photography tutorial: Glass of Whiskey with Splash

 

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Camera:

Photo Lighting:

  • Paul C. Buff Einstein E640 (x3)

Grips and Stands:

Light Modifiers:


 

15 responses on "Product Photography Tutorial - Glass of Whiskey with Splash and Ice Drop"

  1. excellent! in fact is so good that those pictures look like a render! hahaha

  2. Very good tutorial. Loved how you showed different shots of how each light effected the shot. Thank you!

  3. Wonderful work, and thanks so much for sharing your secrets!!!

  4. Thanks for sharing. Great shot. One question for you: Did you use actual whiskey or colored water? What would be the best way to color water to get similar affect of whiskey?

  5. Hello Arom,

    Very nice work, tell me where you purchased the ice cubes?

    Thanks friend.
    Arnaldo Medeiros

  6. Thank you very much for letting us in on your shooting

  7. Hi, great work! Thanks for the set-up shots! Quick question, though: what do you use for your background material and diffusion screen? Where do you get them from, and are they expensive?

  8. Great setup, choice and position of lighting, excellent result, thanks for sharing, my cat too gets in the way, its all part of the fun.

  9. Thanks for sharing. Great work.

  10. Great tutorial Aron. Very detailed. I do have a question regarding the left hand diffusion gobo. Is the left side diffuser a section of the Savage translum or acrylic sheet? It appears to be solid, so am assuming you used the acrylic sheet for both the table and the left hand difusor, correct? Exceptional composite work where you layered in the best portions into one shot. Even the clean table without drops makes it more “believable”. Thanks for sharing. Anyone else thirsty for a drink too?

    • Hi Victor and thanks :)
      On the left hand side is “frosted” acrylic sheet, it is hard plastic with “frosted” glass effect. Bought it from eBay. It is 3mm thick.
      I used white acrylic sheet for table and I putted brushed metal sheet on top.

  11. Great shot Aron!!!, I love doing that and the only splash I have on display is on my food photography webpage:
    jmalov.photographers.com
    I do not do it so often since is a lot of work (because all the mess).
    Were you syncing manually?, I suppose you did. I got a trigger from a guy in Poland but I haven’t done anything with it worthy of showing.
    Keep shooting, this shot is really nice!
    Cheers!

    Jorge

    • Thank you very much Joreg.
      Yes, thats manual sync. Not easy, many shots was missed. Will be much easier and faster with trigger but it can be manually without any problems – just more time and patience :)

      Regards. Aron

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