You know when you are living on a budget, but some photography equipment is just too irresistible to pass up— you end up renting it. That’s my situation with this post.
Lately, I have got so frustrated shooting with natural light, especially when I was trying to shoot beverage. I have one strobe light I use in tandem with the natural light, and the system has been working beautifully for the most past, except when I want to shoot differently in different time of the day. I got so irritated when my drink almost always got highlights from my windows, so I rented one top of the line strobe light — entered ‘Profoto B1.’
Like cashmere vs. wool sweater, once you feel a cashmere sweater against you skin, you don’t want to go back to the itchy wool sweater, am I right? However, in this case, I might not have a choice (hahaha). So, for the next few days until my rental is up, I’m going to enjoy using that fancy light as much as I can. You will probably see a few experiments from many photos to come, photos on this post included.
Hope you enjoy both, photos and the cocktail.
- 1 ounce Melon liqueur (I use ‘Midori’)
- 1/2 ounce Tequila
- 8 ounces Ginger Ale
- Pour all ingredients into an ice-filled glass. Enjoy
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