11 Fresh Thirst-Quenching Drink and Cocktail Photos

Strawberry Blood Orange Rum Punch

Copyright Alanna Taylor-Tobin {http://www.bojongourmet.com/}

Good drinks photographs are hard. Yes there are same traditional photos that you’ve seen before. We’ve all looked at them a lot. In this post, we present some new and fresh ways to photograph drinks and beverages.

These 11 drink photos are different that those traditional photos. Drench yourself in these photos and tell us if you’ve photographed drinks and what tips you have for other readers.

Copyright Todd and Diane {http://whiteonricecouple.com/}

Copyright Todd and Diane {http://whiteonricecouple.com/}

Passionfruit Cordial  Drizzle & Dip

Copyright Samantha Linsell {http://drizzleanddip.com/}

Copyright {http://s-u-n-d-o-w-n.tumblr.com/}

Copyright {http://s-u-n-d-o-w-n.tumblr.com/}

basil mojito

Copyright Samantha Linsell {http://drizzleanddip.com/}

Recipes Featuring Peaches: Peach Mojito

Copyright Jennifer Davick {http://blog.jenniferdavick.com/}

Rhubarb Strawberry Lemonade

Copyright Helene {http://www.tarteletteblog.com/}

Mint slushie

Copyright Sarah Yates {http://www.ahouseinthehills.com/}

Coconut lassi

Copyright Sneh {http://www.cookrepublic.com/}

simply delicious

Copyright Alida Ryder {http://simply-delicious.co.za/}


Copyright Joy Zhang {http://joylicious.net/}


6 Quick Steps on How to Improve Photography Using This List

Here they are:

  1. Learn how to read a photograph
  2. Analyze these photographs
  3. Try to recreate them on your own
  4. Compare your photo with the original photo from the list
  5. See what’s missing
  6. Repeat 2-5 until you are satisfied

Your Drink Photographs

Have you ever taken drink photos before? Tell us about it in the comments.


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  1. In my opinion you have to look at drink photographing the same way as food photography. Use ingredients and props/tools together with the drink (Just like some of the pics above). That makes it a lot more interesting to look at and gives you a good idea of the flavor just by looking at the picture. The tools tells you how the drink is made – Is it crushed with a muddler, shaken or stirred etc.

  2. Beautiful capture. Especially, pics of Alanna, Todd, Samantha and Zhang are awesome pieces of photography.

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