Photographing Furniture

In this live photography workshop, now available to watch as a replay, Karl shoots two antique chairs.

As he gradually builds his lighting setup and experiments with various approaches, you'll get a step-by-step view of a professional working in real time.

Answering audience questions as he works and demonstrating a huge range of useful insights and techniques, Karl gives you the kind of fly-on-the-wall access usually reserved for photography assistants.

In this class:

  • How to photograph furniture
  • Lighting techniques for furniture photography
  • How to use DIY flags
  • Achieving the right lighting ratio in product photography

If you enjoy this class, be sure to check out Photographing Wrapped and Packaged Food and Rim Lighting for Product Photography.

Questions? Please post them in the comments section below.

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© Karl Taylor

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© Karl Taylor

Comments

        1. Hi, see this class for pricing https://visualeducation.com/class/pricing-your-photography/ there are also examples of pricing for different genres of photography in some of our business download documents. How much you charge though depends on the standard of your work, your place in the market and other costs such as studio, equipment included or not etc etc, usage fees or not etc. You can find much more information by watching through the business classes as opposed to me just dumping a figure here that would then be misleading to most other people reading this.

  1. Thank you for sharing your thought process. Truly helping and inspiring.
    Any idea when you will release the β€œtable” photography class ? I am looking forward to it!

    1. Hi Nicolas, thank you. If you go to your customer home page you will find our release calendar on that page, if you click ‘open full calendar’ the dates for most upcoming courses should be listed. All the best Karl.

  2. You really do care! I’m quite sure you remember my email in the not to distant past. Thanks Karl! People like you a very very “rare.” Very much appreciated!

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