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Wine Photography For Professionals

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This course is dedicated to shooting wine. We cover several techniques such as: shooting catalog style, white wine on a black background, red wine on white background, classic look, creative approach, dramatic look.
You will also learn how to prepare a bottle of wine the shot.

You will follow the actual shooting process and work flow and not pre-staged video.  What mistakes were made, what worked and what didn’t. It’s like being in the studio at the moment of recording.

Course also includes the post-production part with Genia Larionova. She will show great retouching techniques how to fine tune and make your image perfect.

Instructor: Alex Koloskov & Genia Larionova

About The Course

This course is for you, if you are:

  • Novice in product photography or recently graduated from a college and looking for a hands-on experience in product photography. This course will provide you a practical guidance on working with wine.

  • An experienced photographer who is coming from a different area of photography (such as wedding, events, family or fashion) and looking for easy to understand and efficient techniques that can be used in product photography.

  • A winemaker or wine seller that is looking for setting up an in-house photo booth to take photos of your products on an ongoing basis, without hiring a professional photographer.

Gear requirements:

  1. Mirrorless or DSLR camera, 50-150mm lens (macro lens is NOT necessary for this course)
  2. Camera Tripod (heavier is better)
  3. 2-3 studio lighting units with stands (strobe or continues, but strobe is better)
  4. Tethered connection to a computer running a tethered shooting software (not required, but a big plus to have)
  5. Adobe Photoshop (CS6 or latest cloud editions)

Gear used in this course (free lesson)

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$195.00 Add to cart

Images from this course

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Wine-Splash from the course

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FAQ:

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.

What camera , lens and lighting do I need to have in order to use this course and make similar photos?

Please refer to a “required gear” section of this page above

Will I be able to download videos from this course and watch them off-line?

Yes, all videos from this course are available for off-line watching after downloading them.

Student's Feedback

Hello everyone, Today is a very very big day, I just got my very first cllient (who pay me :)) for Still life photography, Jewelery to be more specific!!! It's a very big step for me, and I...Read more

Rémi Poulverel‎

Rémi Poulverel‎

photographer

Dear Alex, thank you sooooo much for all your help! You are wonderful. I wish I found Photigy years ago. I don't feel so alone any longer in my struggle with learning about jewellery photography....Read more

Laima Marcin

Laima Marcin

photographer

Course Curriculum

Theory, Gear and Preparation
Commercial Wine Photography – Gear for the course FREE 00:26:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Preparation and settings 00:21:00
In-Studio Shooting
Commercial Wine Photography – White wine on white 1 00:36:00
Commercial Wine Photography – White wine on white 2 00:21:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Red wine on white 00:11:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Red wine on black 00:30:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Preparation for a splash shot 00:12:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Shooting Splashes 00:07:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Making Splash Photos, Practice 00:26:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Composite splash, part 2 00:08:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Creating Slowmotion Video 00:08:00
Post-Production
Commercial Wine Photography – Splash wine 1 00:15:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Splash wine 2 00:13:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Splash wine 3 00:24:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Black splash 1 00:15:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Black splash 2 00:15:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Black Macro 1 00:13:00
Commercial Wine Photography – Black Macro 2 00:14:00
Commercial Wine Photography – White on white 1 – Post Production 00:15:00
Commercial Wine Photography – White on white 2 – Post Production 00:10:00
Downloads
Downloads for Wine Photography For Professionals course 00:00:00

Course Reviews

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    COURSE WINE PHOTOGRAPHY FOR PROFESSIONALS

    thank you so much for the time and energy for making this course.
    it has helped me with so many aspects to light and understanding what is needed for this kind of shooting.
    the post processing was amazing. finding out what could be done after the fact and when to use such techniques were incredible to watch.
    thank you all so much for the help and i look forward to purchasing new courses in the future. =)

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    Wine photography for professionals

    Thank you so much for this lesson. You are great teacher.

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    Wine photography for professionals

    This is a good course, great to see you work through each of the set ups and also be honest to show where things have not worked as you hoped and what you do to correct. The post processing was ok, more explanation as to why she was doing what she was, or why she preferred certain tools would make this 5 stars.

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    Wine photography for professionals

    I like the real-time examples. How the light can change with just a slight movement and how to rectify some of the common problems.
    I’ve learned quite a bit about the actual taking of the photographs and some good tips for retouching.

    Thanks

    I have to say, some of the lessons didn’t flow in the order that I expected – the “how to” after the final shoot !

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    Excellent course.

    Alex thanks for your efforts. Your courses really helped me. I used to be an architectural photographer but after I took some of your courses I became mainly product photographer. Really helpful!

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    "show de bola"

    The course was excellent. Only one practical lesson pertaining to pos production was missing: “Commercial Wine Photography – Black splash 1”
    However, with only the post-production class I was able to understand how the shoot was made … Now, it’s practicing.
    I want to congratulate you on the course. I learned a lot from the lighting tips.
    Thank you.

    PS: translation: Google…I hope you understand

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    very useful

    I learned a lot of thing in a very pleasant way. Thanks Alex et kiss to Gina :)

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    Studio-work is great, postprocessing boring

    The post-processing videos are much too long and boring…. why do I have to wait for the rendering-time…??? could be cut!

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    Wine Photography for Professionals

    The course was very informative as far as the shooting methods. It does not matter if you are a portrait photographer or a Commercial product photographer Alex has some great ideas and explanations as to why he lite the product the way he did. I would take other courses that are offered here at Photigy. The editing of the images could use some better explanation as to what and why Genia is doing. Also she needs to talk into the microphone and not at it as it was difficult to understand what she was saying. This is the only fault with the course, and why I only gave it 4 stars. I have been doing Product photography for 40+ years and I learned something in this course. I started doing product photography with 4×5 or 8×10 view cameras and always with transparencies so the lighting was exact and the strobes or hot lights needed to be color balanced for the film that you were using. Digital has made the turn around time less and now I usually get the art directors approval with in an hour after it is in his mail.

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