Wine Photography For Professionals
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.
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.
- Mirrorless or DSLR camera, 50-150mm lens (macro lens is NOT necessary for this course)
- Camera Tripod (heavier is better)
- 2-3 studio lighting units with stands (strobe or continues, but strobe is better)
- Tethered connection to a computer running a tethered shooting software (not required, but a big plus to have)
- Adobe Photoshop (CS6 or latest cloud editions)
Gear used in this course (free lesson)
Course Completion Certificate Included:
After successfully finishing this course you will be issued with a professional certificate from Photigy Photography School.
Professional certification shows potential clients that you are committed to your profession and are well-trained.It gives them confidence in your abilities because it proves that your skills have been evaluated and approved by a well-regarded professional organization.
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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.
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|Theory, Gear and Preparation|
|Commercial Wine Photography – Gear for the course||FREE||00:26:00|
|Commercial Wine Photography – Preparation and settings||00:21:00|
|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 black||00:30:00|
|Commercial Wine Photography – Red wine on white||00:11:00|
|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|
|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|