Thank you,Master!! The red one was easy,just water and red food coloring. The other two I was experimenting with various combinations of food coloring and water and thought that I needed white in the mix,that ended up being milk.
Thanks Alex. I use a light tent that I made out of 3/4 PVC pipe.It is 5 feet high,5 feet deep and varies from 3 to 5 feet wide depending on what background I install. The sides and top are draped with a white opaque cloth that I shine the lights through with several clamp lights that I can place anywhere along the tubing. I even made a light stand that I can move to whereever I want and also move the light up or down as needed. Some parts are glued together but basically it quickly comes apart for storage. Real cheap to make with the most expensive part being the back drops. I have used it a couple of years now during the winter months. The white backdrop is the hardest for controling shadows,as can be seen by the conflicting shadows in the tea pot image. The last image was shot without any light other than what was coming in through a large sliding glass door 20 feet away.