How To Photograph A Glass Bottle Beverage With Four Lights

5/28/2019 ISO 1200 Magazine 1 Comments

How to photograph a glass bottle beverage with four lights

In this advanced beverage photography workshop, Alex Koloskov (in-studio shooting) will explain how to mimic frozen bottle in ice in the studio, what kind of chemicals to use for the best result, how to create a crushed ice effect for perfect composition and how to photograph it.



They used 4x Broncolor lights, Encapso rubber, and Sony a7RIII camera to produce this advertising image of a bottle of vodka.

Full list of recommended gear Alex uses in studio: www.photigy.com/school/gear-for-studio-photographer


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1 comments:

Chris said...

What chemicals was it that was used for the ice? Didn't catch that part.

Chris