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Product Photography: Arrangement & Retouching
Product photography is a mainstay for many studios. Tony Roslund gives a thorough understanding of photographing products for catalogs, editorial use, small business and large commercial clients. This tutorial covers all the equipment, cameras, lenses, lighting, modifiers and other essential tools on set that you need to create images to move your product or service. With 12 different photo shoots you will see all of this equipment in action. Tony divides his product photography course into four different types of photography: Catalog Photography, Editorial Photography, Small Business, Startup Photography, and Big-Budget Advertising Photography. Tony's years of experience show how to build a product portfolio, attract new clients, and win bigger jobs. Whether you are an experienced pro or just learning about photography, this course will teach you how to be a successful product photographer.
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The videos I have watched that could help my needs, have taught me the most.
Professionally done well produced with great information, very thorough and enjoyable to watch, along with very knowledgeable instructors. There are other platforms producing similar videos, but I seem to keep coming back to PRO-EDU.
To give you an example, how much more information do you need to learn about retouching. Watch Pratik Naik’s videos on that subject.
It was nice to see the real process and the real work, not just going through the already prepared scenes.
Absolutely loved it! Really detailed, so you will get all the infos you need to start shooting products. Definitely recommend!
Solve several production problems and opened a few new doors to expand our business......
Tony Roslund is a fantastic teacher! Everything he does is very well explained & easy to follow. I would highly recommend this tutorial to anybody with an interest in product photography.
I bought this workflow because I own a small cosmetic online shop. I'm very happy with the tutorial about Product Photography. I'm a totally beginner but find the lessons easy understandable and very detailed. A big Thank You to Tony and all co-workers! You all gave me an easy, years-saving and successful start in my career! My best wishes, Petya
I learned a lot with this tutorial. A lot about lighting set up and a lot about how to use the tools that I have and make the best of them.
Loved the in-depth demonstrations. Some parts were really slow - watching retouching, for example - but the lighting demos were great. It felt like a lot of time was spent explaining basics like what is an umbrella and what is a Pocketwizard. If someone doesn't know those things then I really don't think they're ready for an advanced tutorial like this, so I think that it was confusing who this was meant for. Overall I think it could be edited down to about 50-75% of the total time spent. The techniques demonstrated make me feel like I can go out and start shooting (better) product photos tomorrow, so I'm very appreciative of that!
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Product photography is a complex task that requires lots of practice and patience. There are many tutorials out there on how to take good product photos, but they're often too basic or too advanced for the beginner photographer. They don't teach you everything you need to know about shooting catalog, editorial, small business, and commercial work. This tutorial will take you through every aspect of product photography from beginning to end - including camera settings, lighting setup, posing models/clothing/props etc., post-processing in Photoshop (or similar software).
Do you want to improve your product photography? You'll learn the fundamentals of shooting catalog, editorial, small business and commercial work - with 20+ hours of content across 11 photoshoots. You'll also learn about the challenges each type of photography presents and best practices for getting the most out of your shoots.
Product photography is a mainstay for many studios. Tony Roslund gives a thorough understanding of photographing products for catalogs, editorial use, small business and large commercial clients. Covered here is all the equipment, cameras, lenses, lighting, modifiers and other essential tools on 12 different photoshoots!
Tony Roslund is a third-generation photographer who grew up in the family's studios and labs of Northern Virginia. Tony started shooting in the days of film and worked as the photographer for his high school yearbook, not only creating all the images, but also processing everything nightly in his father’s lab. His after school job was also in the studio and lab where he assisted customers, processed film, and printed proofs. A few years after high school, Tony enlisted in the US Navy pursuing a career with the Navy SEALs. Unfortunately he was injured in Hell Week and declined to continue training. Coming full-circle after the military Tony picked up the family craft once again, this time with digital, and started his professional career as a photographer. First with portraits, and eventually moving into commercial product photography.