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I'd noticed that after the glass was wiped from a dribble, you could see the little bubbles rising through the beer. No amount of wiping and trying to shoot could I capture that. Note a candle was behind the glass. The glass kept sweating over. Anyone tried to catch that? and how?
Life's too short to drink warm beer and don't want to waste beer either (is that a sin?) I was thinking of warm glass, but I guess in a cold freezer. Have to use the candle to stay warm, ha! Do you think have a hair dryer blowing on the glass might work?
Generally,when shooting beer , we don't use real beer. Food coloring in water and the head made from soap. More control that way. There are more things that folks do when shooting foods or beverages. It's all about getting the look you want, so use whatever it takes to get that look.