Rim Light Experiment by joysabin

Rim Light Experiment

No need to comment, this is an experiment. I followed the technique in the video by Gavin Hoey ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnrW6MIOLkc ). Now he had/used a few other toys that I don't have but I got the basics of what he did. This is 3 images stacked together.
Thanks for the link, will check it out. What a beautiful glass.
May 25th, 2020  
Thank you so kindly, usually I can't replicate the technical stuff.
May 25th, 2020  
Turned our beautifully, well done. I follow Gavin he makes everything seem so easy.
May 26th, 2020  
This looks fabulous, thanks for the link. fav.
May 26th, 2020  
delight to look at, FAV
May 26th, 2020  
nice capture ...fav
May 26th, 2020  
Nice image and well lit!
May 26th, 2020  
Beautiful, so whick of his toys DO you have???
May 26th, 2020  
Nice lighting and cool stemware
May 26th, 2020  
This is stunning. I love it
May 26th, 2020  
Fav. Really well done. Definitely worth all the effort
May 26th, 2020  
Yours turned out really great! Thanks for the link. I'll watch and give it a try.
May 26th, 2020  
Awesome
May 26th, 2020  
Lovely light.
May 27th, 2020  
This is really nice- I always think of rim lighting as more of an outline but I like how the light fills in the stem here. Excellent shot!
May 27th, 2020  
@bubblequeen Thank you so much. I do like his style a great deal, its very approachable.
@onewing Truly grateful for the fav, thank you so much.
@swguevin2 Thank you so very much, I am enjoying learning new things.
@pdulis Thank you so kindly, grateful for the fav.
@redy4et Thank you so much.
@30pics4jackiesdiamond I often use a plant stand as a platform covered by a velvet dress from the thrift store but, it was the flash meter thingy that reaffirmed that I am so very out of his league. I have a old analog spot meter but it is about 35 years old. ;-) @k9photo Most grateful for the fav. The glass is a thrift store find.
@suez1e Thank you so much, I hope you find the link helpful to try it for your self.
@dallboy Thank you so much for the fav. These times have given me reasons to look into new (to me) techniques.
@jernst1779 I would love to see what you can do with this technique. I am most appreciative of the fav, thank you.
@samae Thank you so much.
@haskar Truly grateful for the fav and it was actually easy.
@olivetreeann I did too until I watched. There is so much I have to learn and try. Thank you every so kindly for the fav.
May 28th, 2020  
I think one would be hard pushed to find a better example of rim-lighting than this - well done.
May 29th, 2020  
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