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Took this during my bottle session, a couple of night ago, not sure i've pulled off what i wanted, think the liquid is a little lost and maybe need to use a smaller jug.
All C&Cs welcome
Thanks for looking
A really lovely image Den !! Very well taken
I'm glad you explained the liquid because I was staring at this trying to work out what those blobs were, I thought they were reflection of something I couldn't see. No they don't add anything, but the basic set-up and lighting are superb and worth repeating 'dry'. I like the partial reflection, just enough to enhance without spoiling the stability of the subject.
Very well worked
Quote: Very well worked
I like it....
you are featured e2 piccy at the moment
Nicely worked Den , I tend to agree with Moira, a day run would make it better. Good lighting, nice idea.
Nicely done, may be a larger spill of the liquid work better.
The jug does dominate, but it's a lovely jug and who knows how small the bottle is? The liquid needs working on if you intend to stick wih your Poisoned Chalice theme, but green is a good colour for it. Not sure how you're going to do it, but you need some green liquid showing inside the lip of the jug, and a nice big circle of it on the surface. The "poison" is the important element. Perhaps you need there to be a little of it left inside the bottle, too?
Lovely study! Pure enjoyment to look at! IB
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