A couple of great tips for the studio still life photographer Phillip McCordall shows all the secrets of photographing bottles , drinks , food and many other…
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My wine bottle picture always have camera, continue lighting heads, studio
curtain even photographer images on the bottle. How to get rid of these
unwanted images ? Many thanks.
Einstein? Just a beginner, compared to you, ahah! Wonderful tips, Phillip.
Okay…. awesome tip here… I have a gig for a wine bottle, and i need it
to pop better than the company was doing before… I’ll be trying some of
I found your videos unbelievably inspiring! These trips and tricks you
teach are just priceless. Very enjoyable to watch. Thank you. :)
Thank you Mr. McCordall, will give it a try.
Haha you’re awesome!
This guy is awesome haha!
You are a genius and funny too. I’ve just come across your tutorials and
they are so helpful. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience.
what kind of spray is? deodorant? thanks.
Heya, so many people who do these vids have an underlying tone that makes
one feel pressured. They don’t do it on purpose but ‘Do it this way or die’
just makes a person freak out, always striving for perfection on the first
photo. I’ve been an artist for most of my life and decided to pick up my
camera, turn it to manual and take the pictures I need for my work. wow..
so much to learn. But when watching and reading so much info on techniques
you tend to just crash and burn. I found your lessons today. I’ve put the
unicorns back in with the purple dragons and am starting to do that
breathing thing again… Thanks a bunch for what you do.
what kind of spray did you use Mr. McCordall?
Makes the studio smell good as well 🙂
The deodorant trick is excellent! Will deffo have to remember it. Thanks
for uploading and sharing your knowledge through these videos!
pure gold, thank you kind sir 🙂
There’s plenty I don’t know but if I’m stuck, i just make it up 🙂 In fact
I’m not very good on anything technical, like histograms etc but I’m
learning slowly. You may be surprised to know that I never use a flash
meter in the studio well not for 20 years when my last one broke, although
I’ll buy one soon for a couple of videos, I live by guesswork and if that
doesn’t work I try another way 🙂 Phill
You are the best Phillip! I really enjoy your videos.
you are one funny fellow.. just love your videos .. learning from em and
enjoying em at the same time.. 🙂
you are lovely! thanks for this video 🙂
man you re the best
Hi Phil, I was wondering if a polarizer would be helpful in cutting down
those specular highlights on the glass bottle. Loved the paint and
duct-tape tips!! Thanks a lot for sharing your expertise 🙂
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