Practical Guide to Liquid Photography

Liquid Photography 101: Learn how to master splash photography and create a masterpiece in a few hours
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  • Video 3 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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About This Course

Published 9/2012 English

Course Description

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.

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What are the requirements?

  • Know your DSLR camera, relationship between aperture, shutter speed and ISO and how it affects the exposure.
  • Basics of studio lighting: what the strobe lighting and the difference between strobe and continuous lighting.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Learn how to work with liquids in studio, utilizing hi-speed photography techniques.
  • What equipment could be used to create action-freezing liquid shots.
  • Learn how to create cool-looking liquid splashes

What is the target audience?

  • Amateur to advanced photographer
  • Advanced photographers who want to explore new areas in photography

What you get with this course?

Not for you? No problem.
30 day money back guarantee.

Forever yours.
Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: How to start hi-speed liquid studio photography
02:59

This course will show you the ins and outs of making liquid photography masterpieces.

17:30

What equipment is good for liquid photography and how to use it

24:14

The demonstration on why we have to use hi-speed strobes

Section 2: Behind the Scenes
12:06

Behind the scenes showing on how to create simple splashes

25:24

Dior Hydra Creme shot: the complete walkthrough 

06:54

Post-Production part

15:17

How "The Beer Splash" shot was created

10:03

This lecture explains how this composite image was created using Adobe Photoshop.

Section 3: Conclusion
09:17

What we have learned and what we are going to do next;-)

Section 4: Questions and Answers
32:10

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?
17:39
Section 5: Inspirational Videos
02:52
Our short inspirational video showing the process of creating "google" splash

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Instructor Biography

Alex Koloskov, The Lighting Magician

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.

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