How do you shoot tequila? Chances are, whatever your preferences, it won’t stay contained for long, if you throw a tequila-tasting party.
Your glorious array of glassware and bottles may not even last long enough to capture with your iPhone, when you start out a dinner party with this easy, memorable celebration. Offer tequila that’s 100% agave in three forms: blanco (silver, and unaged), reposado (rested, in oak containers, for at least two months) and añejo (aged in oak barrels for more than a year). Share them, and compare them, with your guests in small shotglasses. Serve with limes, salt, sliced jicama sticks and salsa, plus garlic and jalapeño-stuffed olives.
Your iPhone photos of the festivities can party, too, using a few simple improvements made with the Snapseed app. Try the Tilt-Shift effect to bring the focal point into the image center, blurring the outer edges; the Tune Image adjustment to brighten and improve contrast slightly; the Crop effect to straighten and crop as needed; and the Details tweak to sharpen it a bit. Voilà! Instant party and instant iPhone memories whenever you shoot tequila. ♣
Find out more of what there is to know about tequila here: Experience Tequila. More of my Lightscapes are HERE.
I have Snapseed but haven’t done anything with it yet. Maybe today.
I’d love to hear how it works out for you. Here’s some additional inspiration to use Snapseed, Lulu, and thanks for visiting:
Love Reposado! Although some would say using it in a mixed drink is a waste, it takes a margarita to the next level.
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