According to Wikipedia and David Cook:

When applied to the cinema, mise-en-scène refers to everything that appears before the camera and its arrangement—compositionsets,propsactors, costumes, and lighting.

Now one of the many things that I really enjoy about shooting in, and around the world of mixology, is that the mise-en-scène makes it much easier to pull off really cool shit.  How can you go wrong with the backgrounds of the New York Public Library, a distillery and the consummately delightful, entertaining Theo Lieverman of Milk & Honey fame?  




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