|Underwater Cosmetic Photography, assignment #56|
One aspect of commercial product photography that is least understood is aquatic, or aqueous or underwater product photography. Water is difficult to manage or choreograph. It is difficult to light too. Anyone who has shot underwater photography will know this. Adding a product into the mix only complicates things.
In this workshop Alex, your Photigy instructor explains techniques on how to light a shot when the product is placed underwater. He would also explain the tools you need to make shots such as these possible. He will also detail the props you would need to accentuate the shot plus the
right way to use them.
This tutorial / workshop is a part of the Pro Club. Members can join in and watch this for free. Each of our Pro Workshops has a comprehensive way to test your
understanding of the tutorial. There will be opportunities to submit your images as a part of the assignment within two weeks. If you are not a member of the Pro Club but want to learn this anyways, you can pay month by month, without a commitment and watch the tutorials as they are published / streamed.
The Final Image
You can achieve such results using this technique
“I have learned so much in such a short time, I can’t imagine how much time it would have taken me to learn all I did without photigy!”
“You are wonderful. I wish I found Photigy years ago. I don’t feel so alone any longer in my struggle with learning about jewelry photography.”
“Let me just start off by saying you are an AWESOME TEACHER your tutorials are BOMB dude! I have learned so much from watching you it’s truly awesome.”