Over the past couple of weeks I have found myself reaching for my camera more often. It started off with me simply wanting better than cell phone photos of cigars to feature in Week in Smoke posts on Stogie Review.
What wound up happening was that as I took photos of the cigars that I smoked, I didn’t want duplicates. So, this lead to my digging around for new and obscure cigars for me to photograph. With all of this variety, and all of these photos, I’m finding it extremely difficult to keep track of everything for a Week in Smoke post.
Due to my difficulty in keeping up with all of the cigars for a post on Stogie Review, I thought I would share the photos I’ve taken. Since I’m so far behind on a Week in Smoke, these images may never make it inside of a post, which is why I thought I would feature them here.
All of these photos were taken with a Nikon D40. Everything but the last few were taken in Manual Mode while I was messing around with the camera.
Unbanded Mystery Cigar
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Pinar Del Rio Reserva Limitada
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E.P. Carrillo Core Line Maduro
Padilla Release by Studio Tobac
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2 thoughts on “Cigar Photography”
Hey buddy how was that Sopranos? I saw it blew up on you at the end are they really worth the Cash? That MB1 looks tasty
I enjoyed it, although I don’t think I’ve ever really had a “fresh” one. All of mine have been at least a year old. I think the age on them mellowed out the flavor and made it a bit one dimensional, but I still enjoyed it.
The licensing of the name makes this stick expensive. Drop the name and re-package the same blend and you would have a great $7.00 – $8.00 cigar.
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