Take a step into the world of commercial photography with KelbyOne, because today we’re showing you the top 5 classes to step your game up!
Commercial photography can help you promote your own business or attract new clients with your product photography services.
If you’re looking for the perfect product photography setup, food styling tips, or professional studio lighting techniques—you’re in the right place!
These classes have everything you need to get started. Learn techniques, discover new tools, find camera suggestions, and more!
Let’s jump into this product photography tutorial list!
Do we have any car enthusiasts in the house? Tim Wallace is the best in the business when it comes to automotive photography. Watch this class for a step-by-step instruction on how to light and shoot a car’s interior. Taking a peek inside a Porsche Panamera is a nice bonus too! 😉
Next up, we have a course from Scott Kelby on the advantages of using a continuous lighting setup with the Spiderlight TD6.
Scott also performs a series of live photoshoots, from people to product shots, demonstrating a variety of lighting setups. This course is perfect for those who are new to lighting for product photography!
There’s a lot more to photographing food than you might think. Luckily, Nicole Young is here to lead the way! Find the right gear and camera, choose the right props for your scene, and learn what to look for when selecting your ingredients. These are the food styling tips and tricks used by the pros—so watch this course!
Styling food is a huge component of food photography. Commercial food and beverage photographer Steve Hansen is here to share his secrets! Go on location as he takes you through a variety of food and beverage setups in a natural light studio.
To create stunning product photography, it requires a unique set of techniques both in the studio and in post-production. Alex Koloskov uses a laptop, a champagne bottle, cosmetic items, and skincare products to teach you the different lighting, background, styling, and post-processing skills!
Get watching and use his setups as a jumping-off point for your own style!
Now that you have the resources, it’s time to put all of this knowledge into practice! Happy shooting, the possibilities are endless!