Whisky glass captured at sunset

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We’d like a premium photo of a whisky glass with a cube or two of ice, which captures that perfect ‘golden hour’ moment when you enjoy a drink on a long summer’s evening. The sun is setting and the light is perfect. The preferred setting would be a beach scene but other beautiful outdoor settings (e.g. mountain vistas, lakes, BBQs etc.) are also fine. What’s important is that this image immediately resonates with the viewer and would have someone literally pining for a dram right there and then as a result. Please don’t include any faces in the image but unfocused bodies in the background are fine if it improves the atmosphere of the shot. If necessary, the photo can also capture a hand holding the glass.

(UPDATE: We are not seeing what we need yet so we increased the price from $100 to $150.)


Closed because I no longer need visuals for this project

We've found what we are looking for. Thanks to everyone who submitted photos.

Additional Requirements
Orientation :
Square
Environment :
Outdoor
Lighting :
Natural
Space For Copy :
Yes
Model Release :
No
Categories
Food and Drink Beauty Landscape Leisure Lifestyle
Inspirational Images

Messages posted by users

7 years ago - Closed because I no longer need photos. We've found what we are looking for. Thanks to everyone who submitted photos.
7 years ago - Many thanks for the nomination 🙏🏻
7 years ago - We've had some storms the past several days so no sunset, today there was a break right at sunset; hope you like the submissions.
7 years ago - UPDATE: They are not quite seeing what they need yet so the price was increased from $100 to $150.
7 years ago - @ricktheis1 Love the colour but do you have a slightly more regular glass perhaps? and less foreground?
7 years ago - Thanks so much for the nomination!
7 years ago - Thank you for the nomination
7 years ago - Thanks for the nomination 😊👍
7 years ago - @Sam Del-Prete thank you so much for the nomination!! I' m very happy!!
7 years ago - @emerald Hi John, if you are going to use a brand anywhere in the image please ensure it is Glenfiddich. A soft focus bottle in the background is fine but this shouldn't be a specific brand unless it is also Glenfiddich. Cheers, Sam
7 years ago - @Sam Del-Prete, Hi Sam, is any brand name acceptable and could I use a soft focus bottle in the background to illustrate that the content of the glass (or glasses) is whisky rather than have the word inscribed on the glass as in your brief. Thanks.