Learn how to make the ordinary look extraordinary.
This class is the first in a series of still life photography tutorials showing how to shoot creative imagery perfect for wall art or stock libraries.
Here, you’ll use a basic food ingredient found in most households to create a simple flat-lay arrangement. You’ll learn how to overcome various problems, such as creating depth in the image and keeping items in position. You’ll even discover a simple trick for overcoming the effects of the inverse square law when working on such a small scale.
This class will teach you how to control exposure and shadow density as you use a combination of fill reflectors to create a warm, sunlit feel. Ideal for home studio shoots and photographers working in small spaces, this simple shoot is a great way to get creative with minimal equipment. The final result is something you can easily add to your portfolio – or even sell!
In this class:
- How to shoot still life photography
- Still life photography tips
- Photography ideas using one light
- Creating layers & depth in flat lay photos
- Understanding the inverse square law
- Using fill reflectors to control shadow density
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