Tuesday, November 8, 2011

How are alcoholic beverages under a microscope?

Bevshoots photography
Martini Bevshoots photography
A company called Bevshoots has produced the series of photographs that show how they look at the microscopic level some of the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world.
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Vodka Bevshoots photography

The experiment was conducted in the laboratories of chemistry at Florida State University and consisted of dry completely a drop of alcohol on a glass after being photographed with a 35mm camera. The entire process can take up to three months and more than 200 attempts to capture in a proper way the constituent parts of an alcoholic beverage.

The cocktails containing fruit and soft liquor in turn contain citric acids and complex sugars that dry well and look great in photos. The amazing shapes and colors of the art with alcohol are illuminated with natural light from above and below the glass. Like snowflakes, each drink is different.
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Tequila  Bevshoots photography

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