How to setup for a wine shoot

 

Final wine bottle & glass image

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Wine bottle setup (left). The end of bottle was removed (right) to pour wine into the glass.

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How to remove the bottom of the bottle using nail polish remover, some string, matches and cold water.

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Final image with wine pouring from the bottle into a glass

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preparing the bottle with gloss spray to protect the label and looking great. Gloss spray was also used to make the grapes looking nice and juicy!

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Main lighting setup

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Final image of grapes with wine pouring over them into a glass (the droplet splash in the glass was done as a separate composite)

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