Cocktail Photography

Photographing cocktails seems simple. You pour or order a drink, then you take a picture. What more could there be? As it turns out, a lot. Cocktails are often served in low lit atmospheres, in reflective glassware, with a limited window to photograph before the ice melts, foam settles, and colors dissipate.

Rust Creative Cocktail Photography
Cocktail Photography
Cocktail Photography
Rust Creative Cocktail Photography
Rust Creative Cocktail Photography
Rust Creative Cocktail Photography
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Rust Creative Cocktail Photography

Our Realistic Approach to Cocktail Photography

Food and drinks look best in natural lighting. Unfortunately, cocktails are usually served in dim-lit bars long after sunset. Light placement is key. Your cocktail should always be lit to highlight details, reduce glare, and represent the atmostphere of your bar or restaurant.

Rust Creative Cocktail Photography

Selected Works

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