Exercise 4.2: Artificial Light – Whisky Bottle

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    1. Thank you so much, Jonathan. I really enjoyed doing this. Knowing how much you love using lighting and the amazing work you create, I think definitely you should have a go at this. I have like 50 bottles sitting at my home as I want to continue to improve and create better images. Also, http://www.karltayloreducation.com is a fantastic resource Jonathan, with every product imaginable, explained through tutorials and live set-ups, that, of course, you can see anytime. I am hooked. I think I spent most of this time watching his tutorials and having a practice go at them. Thank you for the link. I most definitely will have a look. Thanks again for taking the time out and appreciating the work. 🙂 Warmest regards.

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  1. Good stuff. I was looking at Karl Taylor vids this week funnily enough. He really knows his stuff and puts it across brilliantly without being showy like a lot of YouTube guys (I find that really annoying!). Really good work and a very professional look.

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    1. Oh wow! What a coincidence. He indeed is quite brilliant and a great teacher. I agree – he is humble and to the point. So is Urs Recher, his partner. Such talented guys. Am so glad I found them. Thank you, Lee. I appreciate. 🙂

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  2. Did you drink all the glasses of whisky as you went along Archna? The photographs are beautiful and I am sure the book will be lovely to look at too.

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    1. hahaha!! No Sarah, unfortunately, the glass has tea water as I was forbidden to open the seal of the bottles. But I did have a tough time keeping it well-hidden from the whisky-lovers around!! 🙂

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