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Advertising Liquid and Splash Photography Workshop

Complimentary Lesson from a new course  – Day 5 out of 10

Brand new course – a great addition  perfect addition to your “Splash and Liquid Course” – with more advanced techniques and a “real-life” advertisement assignment workflow.  

THE INTORDUCTION TO A WORKSHOP

Free Lesson From The Course:

In this video, Alex shows you how to use a do-it-yourself, custom made diffuser so that you can get a bright center on the perfume cap without the distracting reflections of the camera. You will also learn other tricks to improve on the look of the bottle as a whole.

DYI Light Modifiers to Enhance Your Shot

FINAL IMAGE FROM THE WORKSHOP

Advertising Liquid and Splash Photography Workshop - the final image

Take This Course

Only for 24 hours you can get this  course with a stunning 45% off discount! 

Single Payment Option

1 payment of $46.75 (45% off)

$85 $46.75

Split Payment Option

3 payments of $15.40

3 payments of $28 $15.40

TIME LEFT FOR THIS DEAL

2015/12/19 23:59:59

More ABOUT THE COURSE

Course Breakdown:

Total Running Time: 3hr 50min

Level: Advanced

Part 1: Live Workshop: – 2hr 15min –

  • Introduction and Description of the Goals of the Workshop: - 4:25

    In this short video, Alex walks you through the goals for this workshop and how he plans to proceed. This includes the setup and the intent to capture three styles of shots for this composition – the bottle, the bottle with splashes, and the splashes alone.

    Lesson1

  • Setting Up The Shot: - 17:04

    This video shows you how to set up the basics for this product shot. Here you will see how the lighting is set up and how to diagnose some gradient issues on the shiny part of the cap of the perfume bottle.

    Lesson2

  • DYI Light Modifiers to Enhance Your Shot: - 19:00

    In this video, Alex shows you how to use a do-it-yourself, custom made diffuser so that you can get a bright center on the perfume cap without the distracting reflections of the camera. You will also learn other tricks to improve on the look of the bottle as a whole.

    Lesson3

  • Perfume Bottle Splash Setup: - 18:13

    Here you will see how to set up the perfume bottle for capturing the splash shots. Care now has to be taken to protect your gear from the water (or whatever liquid you may use) and yet still be able to get the shot. The bottle is no longer the main point of the shot. It is the capturing of the splash that is critical and so you now you will see how to use a trigger to trip the camera a just the right time to catch the splash at its peak moment. You will also see how important the flash duration is in eliminating blur in your motion.

    Lesson4

  • Perfume Bottle Splash Capture: - 30:43

    This video continues with the capturing of the splash on the perfume bottle providing you with in depth instruction on freezing high-speed liquid in motion.

    Lesson5

  • Capturing Splash Independant of the Bottle: - 27:19

    The splash capture in this video is independent of the perfume bottle. The goal here is to capture additional images that can be used to enhance your image. Here you will see in more detail Alex’s techniques for creating splash, including wrist motion and the use of different containers for different effects.

    Lesson6

  • Conclusion and Questions and Answers: - 19:01

    Alex breaks down all of the items that took place in the workshop and talks about various ways for you to get started in splash photography. Since this was a live broadcast, he also answers questions from the online participants.

    Lesson7

Part 2: Post Production: – 1hr 35min

  • Evaluating the Photoset and Initial Processing: - 30:40

    In this video retoucher Genia Larionova views the images that were taken during the workshop and selects candidates for use in the final product. Once the selection is made, she begins work in Adobe Camera Raw to perform the initial editing. She then shows how to open the file as a Smart Object . From there she begins to merge bottle splashes with the main bottle image.

    Lesson-PP1

  • Clean Up: - 15:56

    This video looks at cleaning up problem spots on the bottle caused by dust, scratches, and spots. You also see how to cut the bottle out from the background to get a clean object for use in the rest of the post production.

    Lesson-PP2

  • Finalizing the Composite: - 49:10

    Here Gina takes the cutout bottle and merges it with the splash version of the bottle. The goal here is to make the perfect image of a clean bottle with lettering clearly visible yet retain the illusion of the splash engulfing it in a natural way. You will also see how to match the two color shades of the bottle and the splash and other finalizing clean up.

    Lesson-PP3

FAQ:

  • Will I be able to download videos from this course and watch them offline?

    – Absolutely yes! Every lesson has a link under the video and you can download the video (1080P HD) to your local computer and watch off-line. 

  • When I have a question or trouble getting a shot, can I ask the instructor for help?

    – Yes! As a course student, you will be a part of a private group and forum, where you can ask the instructor any question and/or post your results for review. We encourage you to participate in this group!

Take This Course

Single Payment Option

1 payment of $46.75 (45% off)

$85 $46.75

Split Payment Option

3 payments of $15.40

3 payments of $28 $15.40

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