Learn Creative Watch Photography

A guide to creating amazing product images with minimal equipment (one light).
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  • Lectures 20
  • Length 4.5 hours
  • Skill Level Intermediate Level
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 7/2015 English

Course Description

In the product photography industry, Joshua has earned as much as $1,000 per hour to create images like the one created in this course and you can too. All it takes is a bit of knowledge, creativity and the desire to make it happen.Here, commercial product & still-life photographer Joshua Geiger will walk you step by step through the process of sourcing products for free and creating a creative shot concept, then you move into the studio where he shows how to shoot products with a single light. In this shoot, Joshua will be shooting 3 watches at one and will include some low-lying fog for a special effect to add drama to the image.

If you would like to learn how to shoot products either for your own business or as a commercial product photographer, taking this course is the first step in that process. All you need is some basic photography knowledge and a single light.

What are the requirements?

  • Be familiar with using strobes or speedlights.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Shoot multiple subjects with one light
  • Build a complex set in a simple way
  • Select the correct light & modifier
  • Find the best light position
  • Create simple, inexpensive special effects

What is the target audience?

  • This course is for the beginner studio or product photographer who wants to learn how to use minimal equipment to create dramatic images brands want to see. It will require the students have at least 1 light, a camera, some items/watches to photograph and a basic knowledge of photography using strobes or speed lights. This is not for students who have never used a flash or have no experience with the basics of flash photography.

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Desktop, iOS and Android.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Intro & Pre-Production
Course Introduction
Preview
02:53
Sourcing the Watches
Preview
07:55
Creating an Image Concept
03:43
Section 2: In Studio
Building the Set
05:21
Mounting the Watches
15:24
Framing the Shot
06:16
Adding Lighting
13:07
Adding Low-Lying Fog
17:22
Section 3: Post-Production / Retouching
Retouching Part 1
05:50
Retouching Part 2
13:51
Retouching Part 3
20:00
Retouching Part 4
08:16
Retouching Part 5
18:45
Retouching Part 6
17:09
Retouching Part 7
20:00
Retouching Part 8
12:44
Retouching Part 9
20:00
Retouching Part 10
18:06
Retouching Part 11
19:53
Retouching Part 12
11:27
Section 4: Bonus Shoot - Watches on White

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Instructor Biography

Joshua Geiger, Commercial Photograher

Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, I began my early career in the graphic/visual design industry working with local agencies and clients like Yahoo!, UPS, PepsiCo, MasterCard and AT&T. After a decade of design, I made the move into Commercial Product Photography and haven't looked back. With my new found love, I have had the great pleasure of working with wonderful new clients like EndoChoice, Anisa International & Bhindi Jewelers among many others.

I specialize in commercial product photography and have been teaching studio photography for the past few years over at a very popular studio photography school.

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