Stock Photos of Cocktails
Martini with Olive Stock Image (above)
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Stock Photos & Images of Cocktails By Photographer Steve Lupton
It’s always happy hour when I create stock photos and images of cocktails. From a Martini cocktail drink to a fabulous Tequila Sunrise you will find the most popular cocktail drinks in the range of stock photos I have to offer. Whether it’s a party cocktail feel that you are looking for or an olive splashing into a Martini it’s probably with my representative agencies waiting for you. All my stock images of Cocktail Drinks are authentic, this is how they should look! Shown here are just some of the stock Images/photos I have created specifically featuring cocktails.
Relax and simply enjoy this stock image of Blue Cosmopolitan Cocktails
Blue Cosmopolitan Cocktails Stock Image
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A Margarita Cocktail
This is another iconic stock photo of a cocktail. The Margarita is in a Margarita glass and features a rim of salt with a cocktail shaker in the background.
The margarita is a cocktail consisting of tequila, triple sec and lime or lemon juice, often served with salt on the rim of the glass. The drink is served shaken with ice, blended with ice, or without ice as shown.
Of course a collection of the top cocktail stock images wouldn’t be complete without an intoxicating Manhattan.
A Manhattan is a cocktail made with whiskey, sweet vermouth, and bitters. Commonly used whiskeys include rye (the traditional choice), Canadian whisky, bourbon, blended whiskey, and Tennessee whiskey. The cocktail is often stirred and strained into a cocktail glass, where it is garnished with a Maraschino cherry with a stem.
Olive Splashing into a Martini (Stock Image)
This stock image/photo of an Olive Splashing into a Martini is fun!
It’s one of the many captures that it took to get this as I wanted. As you can imagine this sort of stock photo isn’t always right first time, but that’s part of the fun! Time and time again the olive was dropped into the Martini and each time it did it’s own thing, from huge splashing waves to hitting the bottom of the glass before I pressed the shutter, the out-takes even show the olive only just creeping into the picture area. So the trick is to try and try again, it’s not an exact science but who needs that? I love to be surprised when I get something that instantly gives me the wow factor.
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