Fire in Advertising Product Photography
Pro Club Workshop #72
Fire in Advertising Product Photography Workshop
This is a photography tutorial for Pro Club Interactive Education Program, the workshop #72
In this advanced product photography workshop you will learn how to photograph fire and flame and create fireball-like shapes in a studio, then shoot a bottle of whiskey and combine everything into an advertising image. You also will learn camera settings for capturing fire, and how to combine it with strobe lighting to make a perfect exposure match. Also, you’ll learn how to film slow-motion videos of fire and products that can be used for promotion on social media, on your portfolio or for your clients, without using a special camera.
Your instructors, Alex Koloskov (in-studio shooting) and Artem Pissarevskiy (in-Photoshop retouching) will explain how to properly setup the whole scene, what additional shots you would need to create the final images, and, of course, how to put everything together in Photoshop to get a great result.
To Learn more about other photography tutorials that we have, check out these classes:
- Snickers Explosion, Pro Club Workshop #71
- Creative Cosmetic Photography, Pro Club Workshop #70
- Flying Burger, Pro Club Workshop #68
- Advanced Compositing in Photoshop, Pro Club Workshop #67
- Best advertising photography images on Pinterest
Deadline for homework submission: 08.05.2019
The date of the live review: 08.07.2019
Note: If you have questions, please ask on the same forum on a sticky Q/A post
Meet your instructors
Alex is one of the worlds best commercial advertising photographers, co-founder, and teacher at Photigy.com
He is also the man behind Photigy’s most popular courses and tireless idea generator
Thank! Interesting idea!
Your welcome. Can’t wait to see your work on this 😀
What camera are you using that can video that slow?
Alex uses Sony RX-10 mark III to make this Slow Motion videos 😉
Thanks. I was guessing that might be the case. The screen and body looked Sony, and he commented on being a fixed lens, so RX-10 came to mind. Also, my RX-100 has a similar buffering for high speed, but I don’t think it goes that fast (gotta go check again).
I use a Sony 7R3 in my studio. Love it, but 4X is the fastest it will record video.
And I also see that he did identify his camera in part 2. I had only watched part 1 when I asked that question…
Yes 😉 But now it is in written form also 😀
When is the the critique for this please? I thought that it was on now.
It is now, head over to https://www.photigy.com/school/live/ 😉