Heavenly Home Brew

4 years 10 months ago - 4 years 10 months ago #439320 by PT Talker
I decided to have a little fun after bottling a batch of really awesome cider. All comments and suggestions welcome.

Thanks!

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4 years 10 months ago #439552 by KCook
Nice tones.  But the light from the right seems to be a cooler temperature than the one from the left.  A color difference that strong is distracting for me.

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4 years 10 months ago #439553 by cybersholt
Nice!
I agree w/ Kelly the blueish color on the right is visible but overall I like it. Makes me want to brew some of my own!

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4 years 10 months ago #439554 by PT Talker

KCook wrote: Nice tones.  But the light from the right seems to be a cooler temperature than the one from the left.  A color difference that strong is distracting for me.

Kelly


cybersholt wrote: Nice!
I agree w/ Kelly the blueish color on the right is visible but overall I like it. Makes me want to brew some of my own!


Thanks, guys. There's definitely a difference in color temps - my kitchen window is the source of the reflection on the right  shoulder of the bottle. The biggest difference in the light on the background, though is from the cider itself. I set up a 30-second exposure and painted the bottle with my Mag Lite, then held it for several seconds at the angle that created the starbursts.

Just a fun little experiment. Maybe I'll set it up again one day and try to even it out.


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4 years 10 months ago #439590 by Travel Nut
Beautiful for sure!


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4 years 10 months ago #439592 by neven.prasnikar
Interesting stars... Photoshop? Filter? Or simply very small aperture?


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4 years 10 months ago #439944 by Moe
Everyone here is missing the point, how about sending samples out to everyone!  lol, seriously cool shot


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4 years 10 months ago #440038 by PT Talker

neven.prasnikar wrote: Interesting stars... Photoshop? Filter? Or simply very small aperture?


Just a small aperture (f/22). The seam on the bottle provided the bright spots.


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4 years 10 months ago #440039 by PT Talker

Moe wrote: Everyone here is missing the point, how about sending samples out to everyone!  lol, seriously cool shot


Unfortunately, that would land my little buns in jail. There's always some available here for anyone traveling through my neck of the woods, though. B)

Thanks for the compliment on the shot! :cheers:


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4 years 10 months ago #440093 by Stealthy Ninja

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4 years 10 months ago #440106 by Luca
I've wanted to learn how to make beer, how long have you been at this?


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4 years 10 months ago #440142 by PT Talker

Stealthy Ninja wrote: nice man


Thanks!


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4 years 10 months ago #440143 by PT Talker

Luca wrote: I've wanted to learn how to make beer, how long have you been at this?


About 3 years. Beer brewing isn't hard, but cider is even easier.


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4 years 9 months ago #442464 by Simon Says
Very nice find and shot.


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