Professional Education For Product Photographers

Photigy Pro Club membership program

$68 Per Month

Why should you join Pro Club?

Photigy Pro Club is the only place where you will learn everything about studio photography AND get professional feedback on your work. Our instructors are experienced photographers, who are passionate about their work and committed to helping every individual student. 

We are a community, and we help each other. Join us and you’ll see results in the first week of your membership!

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Fire in Advertising Product Photography – Pro Club Workshop #72

In this 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.

 

Workshops and Tutorials

Participate in the workshops and get a personal feedback from the instructor!

Beer Photography Workshop: How to Shoot a Glass of Beer

How to Shoot a Glass of Beer Beer Photography Workshop Beer Photography Workshop: How to Shoot a Glass of Beer This is a product photography tutorial for Pro Club Interactive Education Program Beer photography is a great topic for any studio photographer,...

Law and Order 101: Image theft examined and explained (Part two)

Law and Order 101: Image theft examined and explained (Part two) This article continues the conversation about image theft started in "Law and Order 101: Image theft examined and explained (Part one)". If you have not had a chance to read the first part, may we...

Law and Order 101: Image theft examined and explained (Part three)

Law and Order 101: Image theft examined and explained (Part three) This article continues the conversation about image theft started in "Law and Order 101: Image theft examined and explained (Part one)" and "Law and Order 101: Image theft examined and explained (Part...

Studio Photography 101: Lightbox setup “on the go”

Lightbox setup “on the go” Studio Photography Setting things up Every now and then, I get to shoot a translucent (or somewhat translucent) object that looks a lot better with the light shining through it - be it a fragrance bottle, slice of food or just some autumn...

HDR Outline Tutorial: Example #1

HDR Outline Tutorial: Example #1 Below is a tutorial in pictures. I believe that simple visual materials are a more understandable way to learn. Please give me your feedback on how useful or clear it is. I plan to create e-book and IPad Applications this way, so any...