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Product Photography: Capturing Photos to Sell Your Prints

Faye Brown, Faye Brown Designs

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7 Videos (30m)
    • Introduction to class

    • The importance of good photography

    • Using clean plain backgrounds

    • Creative backgrounds

    • Using mock up photography

    • Post production tips in Photoshop

    • Recap - do's and don'ts


About This Class


You've created a wonderful greeting card, wedding invite or wall print and now you need to photograph it to show it off in all it's glory... but where do you start? and what sort of background should you use? and how can you tweak your photo in photoshop after? And what about using ready made mock up photography?! 

This class will take you through all your options for creating that perfect product shot whilst keeping in mind your brand message. We will look at a few techniques and lots of examples of product photography. 

If you have products to sell but have always found the photography bit tricky then this class is for you! 

38 of 39 students recommendSee All

Thank you for the straightforward tutorial! The post production tips really helped :)
The post production info was especially helpful! My card photos have all had a slightly blue hue, but I was able to correct that by following along with your tips. thank you!
Lesley G

artist and illustrator

Very informative and useful. Maybe it is possible to improve the sound because at times it is difficult to hear the teacher's voice.
Eréndira Espinosa

Teacher and selflearner.





Faye Brown

Faye Brown Designs

Hey Everyone! Thank you for checking out my classes here on Skillshare. I'm a designer and animator living in the English countryside with my young family. After completing a Graphic Design degree in Bournemouth, I started my career working in London in motion graphics designing and art directing title sequences for TV and film. 10 years later I decided it was time to go freelance, shortly before we started our family.

These days I work on a variety of project...

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