TL;DR: Learn to shoot like a pro with the Master Product Photography course for $19.99, a 90% savings as of Sept. 2.
So, you want to sell stuff online. Great! Assuming you already have an idea of what you want to sell, one of the first steps is to tackle product photography. But there are a few things you should know before simply snapping photos haphazardly.
Quality product photography doesn’t just showcase your product in fancy lighting. It acts as a replacement for the five senses a customer can’t exactly use for an online purchase. Think about it: When you purchase something in person, you can look at it, touch it, turn it over, and examine it. In order for your customer to get the full retail experience online, you need to capture all of that in a few images. It’s not exactly easy, but don’t worry, this Master Product Photography Course, led by commercial photographer Tony Roslund, will show you the ropes.
This 20-hour tutorial covers all the equipment, cameras, lenses, lighting, modifiers, and other essential tools you need to create images to move your product. With 12 different photoshoots, you’ll also see all of those tools in action and watch as Roslund goes over what he likes and doesn’t, as well as his mistakes and successes. You’ll also watch as he tweaks each image into what he originally intended and how it all comes together — and then learn to do it yourself. By the end of all 55 lectures, you’ll not only know four different types of photography, but also how to build a product portfolio, attract new clients, and more.
Here’s a glimpse into what’s in store:
Who is Roslund, anyway? He’s a third-generation photographer who grew up in photo labs in Northern Virginia. He started shooting back in high school and, after enlisting and then withdrawing from the Navy, started a full-time career as a photographer — starting with portraits, then moving into commercial product photography. Whether you’re experienced or just learning about photography, he’ll help you reach your fullest potential without getting overwhelmed.
Good product photography can truly mean the difference between a potential customer choosing your product or your competitors’. Ensure your products are captured in the best light. Sign up for the Master Product Photography Course for just $19.99 for a limited time — 90% off its usual cost.