Liquids in motion: bring the beauty of no-gravity fluids into a commercial product photography.
If you ever tried to shoot splashes and other high-speed liquids (like we did on this course), you know how powerful liquid and splash photography is when used in advertising and commercial photography.
However, working with splashes requires special lighting and extra protection of the studio environment and gear, and not always possible for beginner and emerging product photographer.
In this course, you will learn how to shoot amazing zero-gravity fluids with a very basic photography gear:
Use your regular studio strobes or speedlites
Any camera equipped with 50-150mm lens (macro is not necessary)
DIY or a very non-expensive water tanks
Take this course and become one of the first photographers who will use this technique to create stunning photos for art and commercial projects.
Instructor: Alex Koloskov
This course is for you, if you are:
- Studio Photographers who is looking for new fresh ideas and techniques for their commercial work
- Art Creators with camera that want to use new technology in their art
- Beginners that want to learn one of the most effective technique to bring “WOW” factor to their portfolios and bring publicity to their photography
Aqueous photography for professionals
Photos From The Course
Is there a way to ask an instructor a question/to show my work and get a feedback?
Yes, you can ask an instructor, as well as get a feedback on your work. We have a support forum for this course where you can ask questions, get answers, and feedback from your instructor.
I do not know much about video making, will I be able to understand and learn from this course?
Yes, we’ll be explaining everything, but for better learning please learn your camera settings and specifics of working with strobe lighting. If you are a beginner, we recommend you to take this course first: Studio Photography for beginners
What camera do I need to have in order to use this course and make similar videos?
Any DSLR or mirrorless with HD video capabilities (1080P, 30 fps) will work. All you need is to learn from your camera manual how to use it for a video footage, and instructor will help you with the rest.
|The Power of liquid: Introduction to Aqueous photography||00:12:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Making DIY Tank||00:11:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Lightning Setup||00:05:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Tanks and Inks||00:10:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 1||00:13:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 2||00:06:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 3||00:12:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 4||00:09:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 5||00:05:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 6||00:06:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 7||00:08:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 8||00:13:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 10||00:11:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 9||00:08:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 11||00:05:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Practice Part 12||00:07:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Post-production Flower Part 1||00:19:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Post-production Flower Part 2||00:23:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Post-production Part 1||00:13:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Post-production Part 2||00:21:00|
|The Power of Liquid: Post-production Part 3||00:41:00|
|Capturing a slow-motion video (bonus)|
|The Power of Liquid: capturing slow-motion video (bonus)||00:06:00|