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This course is about commercial splash photography and liquid photography. You will learn how to create stunning splash images and how to utilize these techniques in commercial product and advertisement photography.
You will understand the basics of splash photography, what camera, and what lighting can be used for hi-speed action photography, and why some of the strobes are better than others for the task.
I'll show you the behind the scenes from some of our commercial shoots, and you will see all the steps taken to get the splash or liquid photography shot right.</p>
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|Section 1: How to start hi-speed liquid studio photography|
This course will show you the ins and outs of making liquid photography masterpieces.
What equipment is good for liquid photography and how to use it
The demonstration on why we have to use hi-speed strobes
|Section 2: Behind the Scenes|
Behind the scenes showing on how to create simple splashes
Dior Hydra Creme shot: the complete walkthrough
How "The Beer Splash" shot was created
This lecture explains how this composite image was created using Adobe Photoshop.
|Section 3: Conclusion|
What we have learned and what we are going to do next;-)
|Section 4: Questions and Answers|
Answered questions and told a little bit of my story.
P.S I was running fever the day of this session, please forgive me my little dizziness:-)
Hi-speed triggers for ANY flash: Fake or Real?
|Section 5: Inspirational Videos|
|Our short inspirational video showing the process of creating "google" splash|
Commercial photographer, co-founder and teacher at Photigy Photography School. Instructor at KelbyOne.com, Udemy.com and Skillfieed.com.
I’m a mix of technicality, innovation, and out of the box thinking. I love to take technical challenges in anything I do, including photography.
As a photographer, I am completely self-taught. I don’t know the rules, nor do I care about them. I don’t follow the herd; I do it my way. That turned out to be invaluable in what I do. It allows me to experiment, to see outside the borders, to challenge the authorities; and also to create a stunning photography style that is crisp, sharp, and crystal clear.