Reclaimed wood, simple props, clean label design and great wine. Martin Ray photo shoot.
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Just after sunrise in a vineyard near Sebastopol, California as the fog is starting to burn off. The vines were using their natural drip system. Photo nerd info: Nikon D800 with a 105mm Macro leans attached.
Image from a Cuvaison wine photo shoot. Great wines and their tasting room in Carneros is beautiful!
Last week I was shooting for a winery in Napa Valley. Photographing bottles, food, tasting room and the vineyards. We show up at dawn and hope to be blessed with perfect light and skies for the vineyard shots. This day cooperated well. This image of the photo van in the vineyard was later in the morning as we were wrapping up to head to the tasting room.
Close up shot of Te’a Roa Sauvignon Blanc wine.
Here is one of the shots from a recent Chalkboard wines photo shoot.
If it isn’t clear from this blog the last few days, I shoot a lot of wine for wineries. Here is a Pinot from Oregon named after a place where the ocean looks like it would swallow you up in a hole in the rocks. Thors Well on the Oregon coast. I love this label with the shape of the bow of a boat but that is probably because I am a big fan of the TV series, “Vikings”.
For those of you who are ready for Spring but it hasn’t arrived yet, here is a shot from last year to give you hope that warm days and picnics are just around the corner. This shot was done for Martin Ray Winery, Sonoma County, at the winery picnic area. A glass of chilled Sauvignon Blanc. Cheers!
The label reads, “Shackled Red, Sonoma County”, so for this photo shoot we just built a jail cell and handcuffed that glass. Not your classic wine shot.
Photo nerd info: Outside at night in Sonoma County, Nikon D800, 105mm micro lens, single Bowens mono-light covered partially with red gel for background.
This is one of the shots from a recent Pink Zebra Wine photo shoot. Party! I thought it would be a good image to start off your weekend. Cheers!