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Friday, May 13, 2011

In vino veritas!  I have been saving wine corks for quite awhile now intending to do a series of stock photos with them.  Here are a couple I just did.

Both images were taken with the Nikkor tilt-shift 85mm lens on the D3x.  In the photo above tilting the lens forward kept both the corkscrew and tops of the background corks in focus despite using a fairly wide open lens aperture.  Lowering the vibrance control in Photoshop muted the colors.

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