Professional Photography Education This is a Photo Review & Critique From the “Submit Your Work” Photo Forum, Recorded 06/04/13.
The full video is available on Photigy Youtube channel (do not forget to subscribe to it), you can watch it w/o interruptions if you’d like: Professional Photography Education: Critique and Review on Photigy
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Shooting for Walmart: do you think it is cool?
I was cleaning our photobank on Drobo FS (8TB total and only 20% left empty), and found few images of the studio lighting setups from 2 years old photo-sessions we did for Walmart. That time we shot a lot of kitchenware for the product packaging. It
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Just want to give a little insight for one of the projects we have running as some sort of background process during the week before a vacation. Talking about jewelry photography, small jewelry to be specific. The main intention of this self-assignment that I want to develop a lighting technique which will let me to
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I like to tell you how we deal with reflection when shooting glossy objects. Usually we can fix “external” reflections by placing diffuser panels, softboxes and cardboard panels around our shiny object. It works fine (not always easy though) when we shoot a single product. Things gets more complicated when we have a group of
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Some time ago we met online Alla Koval, an amazing knitwear and crochet designer. My wife was thrilled by the models she has seen on Alla’s blog and quickly become a big fan of her work (check out her blog: www.mylittlecitygirl.com). After they found each other, very soon we got this idea to do a
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This is a half a year old photo-shoot, but I would like to share the outcome here, the post is following this ONE. I was not able to release the details of the shot due to a restriction from a client, and now they seems to be OK with it
Shirley Corriher the one
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Recently I have a very interesting experience working for Janis Wilson Hughes, shooting her sculptures for an exhibition. It was interesting because I did not shoot art pieces before, most of my photography was commercial products. There is the same requirements in both art and product photography : to show the best of the subject,
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After we have successfully done a boots catalog photography for Refrigiwear, they decided to go with us on the rest of their 2010 catalog. This time we had a uniform 7+ hours photo-shoot with 4 models, about 30-40 outfits and four people (not counting photographer helping in a studio.
It was fun: Four ladies from
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This was our latest assignment, a catalog shoot for Refrigiwear. While doing it I’ve decided to show how proper lighting can make a big difference by using one of the boots from the catalog as an example.
The object I’ve selected is a simple to photograph. Really simple. Why? Because it has a well
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Do you know what surgical forcep is? According to Wikipedia: “Forceps are used when fingers are too large to grasp small objects or when many objects need to be held at one time while the hands are used to perform a task.” In case if the object is a tiny piece of human body needed
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