Up A Creek *Explored*

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    Explored 10/26/11 - #59

    I have written a whole blog post about the behind-the-scenes action on this photo. Check it out!

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    SB-900 thru 22" beauty dish with diffusion cover for key, above and camera left.
    SB-700 w/ tungsten filter, camera right thru 1/8" grid.

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    1. .avina. 40 months ago | reply

      Nice product shot.

    2. vy.vy (away) 40 months ago | reply

      beautiful light, this is a wonderful shot!

    3. @DeeInna 40 months ago | reply

      i love your light!!!

    4. pic fix 40 months ago | reply

      Wonderful photo, unusual name for a whiskey.

    5. will139 40 months ago | reply

      I read a series of books and the lead guy always drink this stuff. Good pic.

    6. Anvariel 40 months ago | reply

      Excellent lighting!! I don't even like burbon but even I get a craving for it seeing this.

    7. BlueisCoool 40 months ago | reply

      Very nice work - congrats on being explored !

    8. Ole Petter 40 months ago | reply

      Lovely shot, and excellent lighting!

    9. olamorken 40 months ago | reply

      Great work!

    10. head.WEST 40 months ago | reply

      thats some good whiskey

    11. Paul Cory 40 months ago | reply

      Excellent shot.

      I do have to say, my bourbon preferences run towards Woodford Reserve and the 18-year-old Elijah Craig Single Barrel. :-)

    12. Sarah Lucas Photography [deleted] 40 months ago | reply

      Lovely Shot

    13. Mark With (Away for a bit) 40 months ago | reply

      I had some of this on a recent trip to San Francisco, nice tipple, nice picture.

    14. revolution27030 38 months ago | reply

      I dig the shot and appreciate the behind-the-scenes blog entry. Thanks for the contribution.

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