3 Glasses Of Wine

3 Glasses Of Wine

Now ReadingThese Wine-Drunk People Are All Of UsHow People Look After 1, 2, & 3 Glasses Of WineSara CoughlinSee All SlidesBegin SlideshowPhotographed by Rockie Nolan.This article was originally published on April 8, 2016.Photographer Marcos Alberti’s photo project, 3 Glasses Later, could be considered a probing investigation into the intoxicated human psyche. But a more accurate description would be that it’s a series of portraits of increasingly tipsy people. Alberti snapped photos of his friends when they were sober — and then again after one, two, and finally three glasses of wine. If this sounds like some of your Facebook albums from freshman year of college, you’re not alone.”I wanted to show the good side of drinking,” Alberti tells Refinery29. “With friends, in a good and happy environment, and with moderation, wine could be good stuff. bring people together.” You can see that, with every glass they drink, Alberti’s subjects look a little happier, a little friendlier, and, yes, definitely drunker. Alberti explains that most of the people he shot weren’t used to being in front of the camera, so they’re visibly much more comfortable by the last photo. Although he tells us that one woman, a model, “asked me to put her in the fridge to take a picture of her, but it didn’t work.” The inventive mind of a slightly buzzed person is truly a thing of wonder.Click through to view a selection of Alberti’s photos — and keep an eye out for the woman who brought a piece of cheese with her to snack on in her last snapshot. She knows what’s up.Begin Slideshow Go BackDrinking Wine Portraits – Marcos Alberti 3 GlassesHealth • Health Trends • Trend TrackerPhotographed by Rockie Nolan.
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3 Glasses Of Wine

Photographer Captures Subjects After a Glass (or Two, or Three) of Wine BY Michele Debczak “The first glass of wine is all about the food, the second glass is about love, and the third glass is about mayhem.” According to Marcos Alberti’s website, this is the saying that inspired him to embark on the Wine Project. With the intention of documenting the effects of a few glasses of wine, the Brazilian photographer invited dozens of portrait subjects into his studio. He snapped the first image as soon as they arrived, before the stress of their workday and the rush hour commute had a chance to fade. From there, things started to loosen up. Each model was given three glasses of wine, and Alberti captured a photo after every drink. Alcohol not only lowers inhibitions, it also releases endorphins in the brain. And as you can see from the photos, the results were predictably silly. Clothes were shed, giggles were shared, and as Alberti writes in the project’s description, “many stories were told.” You can check out the full series at Marcos Alberti Photography. Images courtesy of Marcos Alberti. HideImage photography photos beverages FACEBOOK TWITTER
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3 Glasses Of Wine

How People Look After 1, 2, & 3 Glasses Of WineSara CoughlinSee All SlidesBegin SlideshowPhotographed by Rockie Nolan.This article was originally published on April 8, 2016.Photographer Marcos Alberti’s photo project, 3 Glasses Later, could be considered a probing investigation into the intoxicated human psyche. But a more accurate description would be that it’s a series of portraits of increasingly tipsy people. Alberti snapped photos of his friends when they were sober — and then again after one, two, and finally three glasses of wine. If this sounds like some of your Facebook albums from freshman year of college, you’re not alone.”I wanted to show the good side of drinking,” Alberti tells Refinery29. “With friends, in a good and happy environment, and with moderation, wine could be good stuff. bring people together.” You can see that, with every glass they drink, Alberti’s subjects look a little happier, a little friendlier, and, yes, definitely drunker. Alberti explains that most of the people he shot weren’t used to being in front of the camera, so they’re visibly much more comfortable by the last photo. Although he tells us that one woman, a model, “asked me to put her in the fridge to take a picture of her, but it didn’t work.” The inventive mind of a slightly buzzed person is truly a thing of wonder.Click through to view a selection of Alberti’s photos — and keep an eye out for the woman who brought a piece of cheese with her to snack on in her last snapshot. She knows what’s up.Begin Slideshow Go BackDrinking Wine Portraits – Marcos Alberti 3 GlassesHealth • Health Trends • Trend TrackerPhotographed by Rockie Nolan.
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3 Glasses Of Wine

“The first glass of wine is all about the food, the second glass is about love, and the third glass is about mayhem.” According to Marcos Alberti’s website, this is the saying that inspired him to embark on the Wine Project. With the intention of documenting the effects of a few glasses of wine, the Brazilian photographer invited dozens of portrait subjects into his studio. He snapped the first image as soon as they arrived, before the stress of their workday and the rush hour commute had a chance to fade. From there, things started to loosen up. Each model was given three glasses of wine, and Alberti captured a photo after every drink. Alcohol not only lowers inhibitions, it also releases endorphins in the brain. And as you can see from the photos, the results were predictably silly. Clothes were shed, giggles were shared, and as Alberti writes in the project’s description, “many stories were told.” You can check out the full series at Marcos Alberti Photography. Images courtesy of Marcos Alberti. HideImage photography photos beverages FACEBOOK TWITTER
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3 Glasses Of Wine

“The first glass of wine is all about the food, the second glass is about love, and the third glass is about mayhem.” According to Marcos Alberti’s website, this is the saying that inspired him to embark on the Wine Project. With the intention of documenting the effects of a few glasses of wine, the Brazilian photographer invited dozens of portrait subjects into his studio. He snapped the first image as soon as they arrived, before the stress of their workday and the rush hour commute had a chance to fade. From there, things started to loosen up. Each model was given three glasses of wine, and Alberti captured a photo after every drink. Alcohol not only lowers inhibitions, it also releases endorphins in the brain. And as you can see from the photos, the results were predictably silly. Clothes were shed, giggles were shared, and as Alberti writes in the project’s description, “many stories were told.” You can check out the full series at Marcos Alberti Photography. Images courtesy of Marcos Alberti.
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3 Glasses Of Wine

See All SlidesBegin SlideshowPhotographed by Rockie Nolan.This article was originally published on April 8, 2016.Photographer Marcos Alberti’s photo project, 3 Glasses Later, could be considered a probing investigation into the intoxicated human psyche. But a more accurate description would be that it’s a series of portraits of increasingly tipsy people. Alberti snapped photos of his friends when they were sober — and then again after one, two, and finally three glasses of wine. If this sounds like some of your Facebook albums from freshman year of college, you’re not alone.”I wanted to show the good side of drinking,” Alberti tells Refinery29. “With friends, in a good and happy environment, and with moderation, wine could be good stuff. bring people together.” You can see that, with every glass they drink, Alberti’s subjects look a little happier, a little friendlier, and, yes, definitely drunker. Alberti explains that most of the people he shot weren’t used to being in front of the camera, so they’re visibly much more comfortable by the last photo. Although he tells us that one woman, a model, “asked me to put her in the fridge to take a picture of her, but it didn’t work.” The inventive mind of a slightly buzzed person is truly a thing of wonder.Click through to view a selection of Alberti’s photos — and keep an eye out for the woman who brought a piece of cheese with her to snack on in her last snapshot. She knows what’s up.Begin Slideshow Go BackDrinking Wine Portraits – Marcos Alberti 3 GlassesHealth • Health Trends • Trend TrackerPhotographed by Rockie Nolan.
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3 Glasses Of Wine

There’s a saying about wine, that “the first glass of wine is all about the food, the second glass is about love, and the third glass is about mayhem”, says Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti. According to him, the “3 Glasses after started as a joke like a game after hours”, during which he photographed his friends after one, two, and three glasses of wine.
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3 Glasses Of Wine

See All SlidesBegin SlideshowPhotographed by Rockie Nolan.This article was originally published on April 8, 2016.Photographer Marcos Alberti’s photo project, 3 Glasses Later, could be considered a probing investigation into the intoxicated human psyche. But a more accurate description would be that it’s a series of portraits of increasingly tipsy people. Alberti snapped photos of his friends when they were sober — and then again after one, two, and finally three glasses of wine. If this sounds like some of your Facebook albums from freshman year of college, you’re not alone.”I wanted to show the good side of drinking,” Alberti tells Refinery29. “With friends, in a good and happy environment, and with moderation, wine could be good stuff. bring people together.” You can see that, with every glass they drink, Alberti’s subjects look a little happier, a little friendlier, and, yes, definitely drunker. Alberti explains that most of the people he shot weren’t used to being in front of the camera, so they’re visibly much more comfortable by the last photo. Although he tells us that one woman, a model, “asked me to put her in the fridge to take a picture of her, but it didn’t work.” The inventive mind of a slightly buzzed person is truly a thing of wonder.Click through to view a selection of Alberti’s photos — and keep an eye out for the woman who brought a piece of cheese with her to snack on in her last snapshot. She knows what’s up.Begin Slideshow Go Back

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