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October 12, 2013 at 09:56 #42239
this is my firt time in this section of the forum, hope you like it ( sorry for my English)
i started this shot with the ideia of making a dark bottle on a black background with some reflaction an a beam of light on the background, but it soon evolve to adding fire…
i starte with this
at this point i strated to think that i neaded something…it was all too dark…
thats when fire came in to my mind…
the bottle edited without the fore looked ok, but not great as you can see.
so i started with the fire.
to do it a hade to made a few shots so i coul compose many parts of fire to make it more volume.
you can see the build of it in photoshop in this ANIMATED GIF.
all the fire shots were added usong masks on photoshop, and not forgeting the reflection of the fire.
here you can see the setup
and the final image
hope you like it
if you have any questions just ask me
October 18, 2013 at 11:02 #42311Alex KoloskovKeymaster
thank you for submitting this BTS and the shot. Looks cool, and I think it will be good to be published on photigy after some improvements.
You need to clean the bottle, off stickers (tax or whatever you call it, (akciz?) on top), cradient could be more even as well. Top of the bottle needs to be smoothed out..
so, more polishing of the shot, otherwise it looks a little “not ready” .
Thank you, I love the idea!
The Lighting magician
October 18, 2013 at 12:21 #42312
thanx for your reply
the sticker on this bottle is very important, this is a Ports Wine and the sticker is a warranty that this is a genuine bottle of Port, all Ports Wine bottles have it by law, so in the picuters the sticker must stay also, if you look for other Ports Wine bottles in the net they will have the sticker.
i tryed to fix the rest
is this more like it?
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