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Making of “BOSS Orange” – Product Photography Behind The Scene I am Ian Knaggs. An Engineer by trade working in the Aerospace industry and have a passion for producing high quality still life and product images.
Easy trick to selectively change colors in Photoshop using hue/saturation This is a quick tutorial from Andrey Mikhaylov about an easy and quick way to selectively change colors in Photoshop.
The best way to use color gels in studio photography. Here is why… Color gels is a great tool to go creative in studio photography, and in this video I’ll show you how to get a gel for your softbox. Easy, non-expensive and effective.
Product Photography Behind The Scene: The making of ”Papo Seco” wine The complete BTS of creating a ”Papo Seco” wine bottles shot from Rui Bandeira It’s a honor to be published on Photigy, and I hope my behind the scene will help those of you who is interested
Splashing Roses Liquid Photography by Alex Koloskov, behind the scene Behind the Scenes of a High-Speed Liquid Shot Preparation for a splash/liquid shot Before any actual shooting began, we covered the studio with drop cloth.
Glenfiddich Whisky Shot Product Photography Behind the Scene and how it was done Hi Guys! I am Aron Czapiewski and this is a behind-the-scene of a whisky bottle shot As shooting surface I used lid from wooden chest.
Building Your Photography Portfolio: Diary of a Product Photographer Many photographers, from beginners to seasoned pros, continuously need to work on their portfolios.
7 Tips for Better Food Photography For the past couple of years, many of my monthly photography assignments have been food related. This type of assignment has its benefits!
Amazing iPhone Hight Speed photography: Martini Splash Inspired by Alex’s cool iPhone vs Hasselblad whiskey shoot, I thought it would be nice, to take that idea one step further and try an iPhone SPLASH! : -)
How I turned from Canon to Sony, Or why DSLR is dead To summarize, this is what I did not find in Canon and found in Sony: 1. Flip LCD Screen with live view – easy to shoot for far above, below or from waist line without doing kamasutra with a camera.2.
Amazing Behind-The-Scene: Automotive Photography on Location and Post Production One of the most complicated and at the same time interesting photography jobs is shooting cars on location.
Advertising photography Behind-The-Scene: Creating Aqua Minerale This is an example of how we completed one of our commercial assignments. We decided to share the workflow with Photigy.com readers and highlighted each major step we went through during this commercial