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Shooting Multiple Watches: Creative Shoot + On White

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5 Hours of Video

Shooting Multiple Watches - Product Photography LessonThis is a 15 video course (not including bonus material) that takes you through the process of shooting multiple watches at the same time. It will also cover sourcing products to shoot, brand research and concept creation, shot planning, and finally, retouching of the creative advertising image created for Areion which features three of their chronograph watches.

In the course videos, Product Photographer and Photigy Instructor, Josh Geiger will cover how he found and courted a company and then convinced them to send their products for him to shoot. He also covers creating the concept for the final image. Building the set. Setting up the lighting & special effects. Shooting tons of low-lying fog shots and deep into a multitude of retouching techniques to bring the final image fully to life.

Joshua walks you through the entire process from start to finish to be sure that no stone is left unturned in understanding the process behind the creation of this awesome image for Areion Watches.

The goal of this course is to demonstrate how limitations like not having access to products or much equipment, when mixed with proper research and a little creativity can push you to produce images you never would have expected with so little equipment.

This course is ideal for the beginning product photographer who’s limited on equipment and/or funds for, or access to products to shoot but is trying to build an impressive portfolio.

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BONUS MATERIAL

This course now includes a 45 minute bonus video that takes you through the process of shooting all three Areion Watches individually on a white background. The idea behind this shoot is to keep all three images cohesive so that they match when viewed next to each other in catalog or web stores.

Three Areion Watches on White
  • Introduction

    Introduction to the process of shooting three watches on white.

  • Making the Watch Holder

    Show the process of creating a custom watch holder that can extend into a shooting cone.

  • Lighting the Background

    Add a single light to the background for making it pure white.

  • Silhouetting the Watch

    Create a silhouette of the watch to ensure proper edge exposure.

  • Lighting the 1st Watch

    Add the first watch and light it properly for achieving desired results.

  • Shooting the 2nd Watch

    Swap the 1st watch for the 2nd watch, adjust and shoot to match the 1st.

  • Shooting the 3rd Watch

    Swap the 2nd watch for the 3rd watch, adjust and shoot to match the 1st & 2nd.

What The Main Course Covers

  • How to Find the Right Company to Source Products From

    We’ll talk about why Areion watches was selected and how to find the right company to source products from.

  • How to Source Products for Portfolio Building

    We’ll talk a bit about the steps and communication required to convince a company to send you their products¬†to shoot for your portfolio.

  • How to Conceptualize a Creative Image

    Learn how to use research and brainstorming to navigate yourself into a functional, relevant concept for your image and client.

  • How to Mount Watches in Place

    Learn how the watches are mounted into place, to ensure minimal movement between fog shots for safe and easy compositing.

  • How to Light Multiple Products with Minimal Equipment

    Learn how to light multiple products with very little equipment to minimize requirements and maximize time efficiency.

  • How to Create Dramatic Gradients on Metal

    Learn techniques for creating dramatic gradients on reflective metal surfaces with proper diffusion and light placement / modifiers.

  • How to Use Special FX Like Low-Lying Fog

    Learn how to use low-lying for to create awesome atmospheres and unique effects in your images.

  • How to Export Images for Compositing

    Learn how to organize & export your images for easy compositing.

  • How to Use Layer Masks for Compositing

    Learn how to use layer masks for compositing multiple images/exposures into a single cohesive image.

  • How to Use Adjustment Layers

    Learn how to use many types of different Adjustment Layers for destructive free editing.

  • How to Retouching Tools

    Learn how to use the most common retouching tools like the Healing Brush, Clone Stamp, Regular Brush, Selection Tools, Transform Tools and Effects like Liquify and Unsharp Mask.

Concept - Rough Sketch

Shooting Multiple Watches - Product Photography Lesson

Final Image

Introduction to the Photoshop CC Workspace

Free Preview Video - Course Introduction

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Introduction Screenshot

Areion: Shooting Multiple Watches + On White

In Studio Screenshot

Shooting Multiple Watches - Product Photography Lesson

Post-Production Screenshot

Shooting Multiple Watches - Product Photography Lesson

BONUS MATERIAL - OUTLINE

Three Areion Watches on White

This course now includes a 45 minute bonus video that takes you through the process of shooting all three Areion Watches individually on a white background. The idea behind this shoot is to keep all three images cohesive so that they match when viewed next to each other in catalog or web stores.

Introduction

Introduction Screenshot

Setting Up

Setting Up

Lighting the Background

Lighting Background

Lighting & White Balance

Lighting & White Balance

Finishing First Watch Shot

Finishing First Watch Shot

Second Watch Shot

Second Watch Shot

Third Watch Shot

Third Watch Shot

Checking Cohesiveness

Checking Cohesiveness

Conclusion

Conclusion

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