This type of shot is common in advertising photography to give certain products that fresh feeling. But how exactly do you create these shots without wasting days of shooting time and ensure that the products stay in the correct place and are perfectly lit?
All of this is covered in this step-by-step class, where you’ll see the simple trick that Karl uses to fix the products in the perfect position and the setup he uses to create the image.
Using a combination of speedlites and studio flash lights, Karl explains his lighting and why a fast flash duration is necessary to freeze the moving subjects. You’ll also learn how to create white backgrounds and how to avoid reflections in glass when shooting these types of images.
- Techniques for fixing products in position
- How to create white backgrounds for product photography
- How to avoid reflections in glass
- How to freeze moving subjects and splashes
- Combining speedlites with studio flash lighting
Learn how to retouch this shot in the accompanying perfect product tank retouching class.
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NOTE: This class is available with English subtitles and automatic translations.