Advertising Beverage Photography: Vodka on Ice
Pro Club Workshop #66
Advertising Beverage Photography
This is a beverage photography tutorial for Pro Club Interactive Education Program, the workshop #66
In this advanced beverage photography workshop you will learn how to mimic frozen bottle in ice in the studio, what kind of chemicals to use for a best result, how to create a crushed ice effect for a perfect composition and how to photograph it.
Your instructors, Alex Koloskov (in-studio shooting) and Artem Pisarevskiy (in-Photoshop retouching) will explain how to overcome challenges when working on beverage photography assignments: how to setup the scene for a composition, what light and how to use for a dramatic effects in a small studio, what final steps needs to be made for the best in-camera results.
Our post-production guru, Artem Pisarevskiy will also show you best practices of enhancing advertising images like this beverage photography example.
To Learn more about other beverage photography tutorials that we have, check out these classes:
- Beverage Alcohol Photography: Workshop #42
- Making Simple Things to Look Beautiful: Photography Workshop #11
- Advertising Beverage Photography: Workshop #62
- Creative Beverage Photography: Workshop #57
- Best advertising beverage photography images on Pinterest
Deadline for homework submission: February 10th 2019
The date of the live review: February 13th 2019
Note: If you have questions, please ask on the same forum on a sticky Q/A post
Great stuff, I hope I have a chance to do it!
Only because you mentioned it in the video, in English we call what is supporting your plexiglass “sawhorses”. Single: “sawhorse”, plural / more than one: “sawhorses”. You have a pair of sawhorses supporting grey tinted (smoked) transparent plexiglass.
Oh, I see. thank you, Brian! Hope to see your work on the review.
I can’t start video!
Milan, Please login first – it will work. If not, chat with our support and they will help you. thank you!
hello i am a pro club member , and i can not see the videos, i logged in and when i click on the video it ask me to log in again, when i do it does say that i am alredy logged.
Hey Aluette, please make sure you’re logged in. Anyway, I’ll check your account and let you know 🙂
What is the light that is hand held? Can you include a link to this light?
Suzanne, this is Broncolor Picolite: https://bhpho.to/2MNIQE1 and a snoot
are you using the 2 black stands under the shooting table upside down? and why?
Thanks in advance
Mohamed, those are construction stands like these: https://amzn.to/2WEHxvB