Bottle Lighting

Bottle Lighting and Element Shooting – Masterclass

Working as a professional photographer can see me test-shoot for a client. This is an opportunity for me to learn about the clients products and practice my skills. This masterclass takes you through a real test shoot, and see’s me getting to grips with a bottle shot in the studio.

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PS TOP TIP SESSION 6 – The Angle of Dangle

Once you know ‘Why’ you are taking a product shot, or in other words when you are clear on your result you want to achieve, how do you go about ensuring you build that into your workflow? This tutorial works through the method needed to guarantee that result.

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Premium Looking Image_Product Photography Course

Masterclass on How to Shoot a Premium Looking Image

You have just been asked to supply a hero product shot, a Premium Looking Image. Do you know and understand the process involved? What do you need to do to raise the level of your photography to a high standard of creativity? I can help you start this process with this Masterclass.

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Understanding Your Product

Understanding Your Product

Understanding you product and finding the reason ‘why’ you are about to take a photograph is not hard. This article takes you through practical examples of my folio work and experience, where I have had to understand clearly, before shooting, what exactly I want to communicate with my product shot.

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Visual Communication in Practice

Visual Communication in Practice

Visual Language in Practice. Have you seen PS Top Tip Session 4? This article supports that session where we discuss the topic of talking visually through images. What should we be aware of to make us better communicators? Watch both of these articles to improve your visual language skills

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Product Photography Articles

PS TOP TIP SESSION 4 – Visual Language

Communication of an image, what the viewer see’s and how they feel can be hugely controlled by us through the world of Visual Language. If we can understand and know how we can define what we want to say with the right describing words, our job of communication gets a whole lot easier!

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