During a hot stretch of the pandemic, I had the opportunity to test drive a cool set of Canon Sumire prime lenses from Canon Burbank (thanks fellas). I created this spot, on spec for Prosecco Minetto. I set out to create the feeling and tastiness of Prosecco, the dry, crisp, pear-like effervescence of a cold glass, slowly poured.
These lenses have a lot of character shot wide open that I find beautiful for the right project. Stopped down, they begin preforming like other modern lenses, in particular their siblings.
A quick bit of scouting on my patio and some early morning sunlight, a piece of bead board, the Prosecco Minetto, a flute, a piece of Carrara marble and I was off to Italy.