Whether you're in marketing or want to glow-up on social media, this 4-hour product photography masterclass is the best starting point for you!
Get to know the basics of studio lighting, product shoot concepts and styles that will open doors to endless photographic possibilities. You’ll enjoy this hands-on learning experience, capturing beautiful photos under the guidance of experienced professional photographers.
- Studio Lighting
- Light Setup
- Speed lights & Light modifiers
- Light Shapers
- Light Techniques
- Camera settings to sync with light setup
- Light metering
- Styles of Product Photography
- White balance
- Lighting tips & tricks How to photograph different products
- How to use lines, shapes and patterns in product photography.
- How to properly crop and frame your product photos.
- How to choose the best orientation and angle to showcase the product.
- What is product styling and why it's important in product photography.
- Best practices in planning for a product photoshoot.
- How to use brand adjectives to choose a theme.
- Basic photo editing workflow for that final fabulous final look.
- Exporting best practices for different social media platforms.
Make sure that you bring your camera, lenses, tripod, charged batteries, and memory cards. It is recommended that you have a DSLR camera or an advanced 'point & shoot' camera with shutter priority and aperture priority modes.
Beginner & Intermediate
- Students must bring their own camera, lenses, tripod, charged batteries, and memory cards. It is recommended that they have a DSLR camera or an advanced 'point & shoot' camera with shutter priority and aperture priority modes
- Soft copies of study materials will be provided
All sessions are valid for 30 days upon booking
10 and older
- You can also book for 6 or more persons for a discounted price. Contact us at our toll free number 8003337 to avail this option
- This class can also be taken 1-on-1 after coordinating with the instructor
Office# 1704, ADCP Business Tower C
Behind Honda Showroom - Zayed The First St