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    Screwdriver

    Hard to keep in the tool belt without spilling, but one of the most useful tools on the belt!

    Screwdriver

    Fact is, I have more that one screw loose and this is just the ticket!

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    Re: Screwdriver

    Love it !!

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    Re: Screwdriver

    Great shot. I really love seeing great form and color from very common objects presented and shown with creatively. How's you get the black background and the lighting set for the photo?

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    Re: Screwdriver

    But Terry, I'm an engineer and I feel cheated, betrayed and disappointed!

    I s'pose it's alright

    Hrrmmph!

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    But Terry, I'm an engineer and I feel cheated, betrayed and disappointed!
    I apologize, Dave! I have three tools in my belt. A hammer, a bigger hammer and this! If the former two don't work, then I fall back to the third tool, aka Plan "C"! Plan "C" ALWAYS works!

    How's you get the black background and the lighting set for the photo?
    Hi Roger!

    I have a glass-top table. I took a black piece of poster board and cut a hole in it to fit the cocktail glass and nuked it from below through the glass top table. That worked nicely and got me on the way. It traveled through the drink glass and blew out the rim of the glass producing a nice white circular outline. But I found I needed a bit of "fill" so I gave it a bit to try to bring out the orange peel (and provide some specular) from directly above. The glass is actually full of straight orange juice so as not to dilute the orange color. I added the "sweetener" after I thought I got something usable!

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    Re: Screwdriver

    Nice!

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    Re: Screwdriver

    Looks good. I hope it also did taste well. :-)

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    Re: Screwdriver

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunray View Post
    Looks good. I hope it also did taste well. :-)
    Hi Robert!

    I got it seasoned to taste after I got rid of some of that pesky orange juice!

    I like my Screwdrivers mixed 2:1.

    Two parts vodka, one Moment of Silence for the orange juice!

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    Re: Screwdriver

    Quote Originally Posted by Loose Canon View Post
    Hi Robert!

    I got it seasoned to taste after I got rid of some of that pesky orange juice!

    I like my Screwdrivers mixed 2:1.

    Two parts vodka, one Moment of Silence for the orange juice!
    Add an olive on a toothpick and you have a decent Martini

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