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Past Workshop Live Stream Recordings
May 1 @ 8:00 am - June 23 @ 11:00 pm
Missed out on a specific workshop and would like to purchase the recorded materials to catch up? In collaborations with the multiple guests where their workshop has been live streamed in the past and have agreed to share their content with you post-event, we’re bringing to you a wide range of recorded workshops.
In his workshops you’ll learn how to shoot basic product photography and create contemporary content for your product or brand. This workshop will cover the use of strobe lights, daylight, different studio backgrounds and techniques & product in situ.
In his workshops you’ll build your knowledge and skills from the beginners session. Additionally, Chris will show you how he create stop-motion photos which bring a creative touch when promoting your products.
Hosted by GeorgesCamerasTV cinematographer, Josh Chin, in this video editing workshop we will show you how to become a faster, more confident video editor. Utilizing Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effect, we will run through file management, shortcuts, effects, audio and colour grading.
In collaboration with Christopher Pearce and Resturant Hubert, we’ll be hosting an online food photography workshop. For those who are looking to get into shooting professional food photography than this is the workshop designed to give you the fundamentals of how to photograph food including cameras, lighting, props and editing.
In this workshop, Christopher Pearce will be building on the basics of food photography but using advanced lighting techniques, styling and composition. Take your food photography skills to the next level as he shares his skills and knowledge that he has gained from his work and experiences. We’ll be using Dulcet Cakes and Sweets throughout this workshop.
Hosted by our in house lighting expert Oliver Minnett, in this workshop you’ll learn how to use various colour lighting techniques to create unique and beautiful photographs. Oliver will share how to use multiple lighting techniques to create different shapes with contrasting colours to shoot more dynamic and interesting shots.
Join Benjamin Maze (@benjamin.maze) for a hands on post processing tutorial when composing and editing dramatic landscape photographs. This post processing session will be focused on delivering the basics you need to continue learning and discovering how post processing can help improve your photography. Ben will provide demonstrations of the features available in Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop and Bridge.