The Hero Shot: How To Light And Composite Product Photography
Brian Rodgers Jr. got into product photography shortly after leaving a corporate career working on a 3D team. In 2016 Brian became a part-time writer for Fstoppers.com and within just a few months became the highest rated product photographer on the Fstoppers Community. Brian has taught himself the skills needed to produce world-class product photography without the need for a studio or expensive gear.
Where The Tutorial Begins
Chances are, you don’t have a big studio. Well, neither does Brian. He shoots products for companies all around the country out of his home studio. For the first lesson in this tutorial Brian wanted to prove that capturing an incredible shot doesn’t have anything to do with your studio or your gear. Brian uses three inexpensive lights to create a product image of a cordless Drill.
By combining a few different exposures and adding a background in Photoshop, he was able to create this image.
For the next shot, Brian uses another cheap option for lighting; speedlights. By lighting a single perfume bottle and then duplicating it in Photoshop, Brian was once again able to come away with a simple, yet beautifully lit photograph without relying on expensive gear.
This Download Includes:
9 Video Files
Over 13 Hours of Content
All High Res Images Included
Brian’s Full Story
Intro to Post Production
7 Unique Final Photographs
Brian’s Entire Post Production Workflow
Access to Brian’s secret The Hero Shot Facebook Group
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