01 - Photoshoot Best Practices
Photoshoots should be as fun as they are complex. Ross and Aaron tackle staying organized, protecting your images with backup, how to work with products, and balancing all the moving pieces on the day of a shoot.
02 - Oak Cabinet - Quality of Light & Lighting Shapes
In our first shoot, Ross breaks down a simple a versatile lighting setup along with some techniques to accurately represent the dresser's dimensions and build quality.
03 - Oak Cabinet - Hard Light for Dramatic Shadows & Texture
Ross switches from soft light to hard light to put more emphasis on the wood grain and texture of the dresser. You will also learn how to turn a white sweep into a black sweep for dramatic effect by only adjusting the lights in the scene.
04 - Designer End Tables - Tension & Perspective
Arranging multiple products in a scene can help show off more variety but it can also introduce some challenges as well. Watch Ross solve some compositional problems by simple moving the camera.
05 - Leather Handbags - Product Styling
Soft goods require a bit more work to get them looking their best in camera. Learn to use simple tools to give a bag more shape and volume in an image.
06 - Commuter Backpack - Capturing the Details
A client invests a lot of thought and energy into making sure every detail in a product is unique and tells a story. Watch as Ross gets in close to capture the details and explores new ways to present them in an image.
07 - Managing a Photoshoot - Clients, Talent & Creativity
Our most complex photoshoot yet! Everything you've learned so far will come together in a shoot that involves a custom built set, a model, and a lot of creative problems solving.