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Cheese and Wine

By ginz04    
This is possibly last in this series of posh nosh,

Vinny and I wanted something colourfull with a bit of texture and we thing weve achieved it.

All this cheese cost in the region of 25 and the wine 15 a bottle - the whole session's material cost around 130 and we are now awaiting our clients views as to whether we have achieved our remit.

We have certainly enjoyed doing it and hope it leads to more.

Regards to you for viewing and your C C

iAN

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Comments


5 May 2007 12:50AM
LOVELY DETAILS IN IT
LIKE IT A LOT
ALEX
brownsilent 15 7 2 United Kingdom
5 May 2007 12:52AM
Looks fantastic for a nice, romantic Sunday evening on the terrazzo.
Johanna
Mrtaz30 16 2 United States
5 May 2007 12:54AM
Nice presentation...good color and like the varying textures..

Chuck
nikonf5 19
5 May 2007 2:41AM
verdaderamente una obra de arte felicidades
TyChee 17 275 1 United States
5 May 2007 4:14AM
Excellent presentation, colors and reflections.
Ty
tonymarq 16 1 United States
5 May 2007 7:22AM
Ian excellent image which has everything you need in it with the color variation,textures and great detail!

stay well
tonymarq
DP_Imagery 17 24 6 Wales
5 May 2007 9:29AM
This works very very well - the colours and textures (and smells Wink ) really stand out. Yummm! Bruce
pamelajean Plus
16 1.7k 2263 United Kingdom
5 May 2007 10:12AM
For texture and colour, you couldn't have chosen anything better than cheese. I like the composition. My only niggle is that you've used a lovey shiney surface but we can't see the reflections because of the olives. Otherwise, SCRUMMY !
tull 19 181 United Kingdom
5 May 2007 10:15AM
Well presented Ian with great colours, detail and textures.

Mark.
AlanBW 16 20 England
5 May 2007 10:15AM
Very tempting fare - great colours and textures here
kaybee 18 8.3k 27 Scotland
5 May 2007 10:23AM
The wine is a bit dark - it is coming out almost black with no reflections on the glass to give it depth and shape.

I have done a (very) quick mod. I hope it shows what I mean



Roy
panda 18 5 1 England
5 May 2007 11:24AM
Beginning to worry about you and all this food Ian, do you eat it all afterwards? lol. Very nicely composed shot

Rewgards Phil
5 May 2007 12:00PM
Tempting !!!!
Lovely blend of colours , this is my favourite in the series..!!!
beautifully exposed and composed..

like the modified by Kaybee.. brings out extra details within the wine glass.. !!!

Lovely work Ian...bring on the bread..!!! l could so dive into the cheese Sad !!
ginz04 18 281 20 United Kingdom
5 May 2007 5:54PM
THANKYOU ALL - FOR YOUR COMMENTS - I THINK THIS AND THE CHOCOLATES ARE THE BEST IN THE SERIES.

ROY THANK YOU FOR THE MOD I SEE WHAT YOU MEAN.

IAN
Tbone 15 8
6 May 2007 10:08AM
Like this image, dont really agree about the wine as I thinkit should be dark...dont like the wine glass full to the top though, hate it when someone pours me a wine like that Wink
ginz04 18 281 20 United Kingdom
6 May 2007 11:43AM
thank you thone - my other half likes to get as much wine in a glass as possible lol
jan 1 18 12 Netherlands
7 May 2007 6:44PM
Hello Ian.
That loos delishious. Very nicely photographed.
Bon apetite.
Jan
ginz04 18 281 20 United Kingdom
7 May 2007 10:02PM
thank you jan
vparmar 17 7 United Kingdom
9 May 2007 8:35PM
another fab shot - lovely colours and tones

vinny
ginz04 18 281 20 United Kingdom
10 May 2007 8:14PM
thank you vinny

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