Going Pro with Street Photography: Shooting Brand Lookbooks Premium class

trashhand, Cityscape Photographer

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7 Videos (41m)
    • Introduction

    • Planning the Shoot

    • Prepping the Clothing

    • Location 1: Parking Garage

    • Location 2: Garage Rooftop

    • Location 3: Under the Bridge

    • Editing for Products


About This Class

Travel with iconic street photographer trashhand as he shares his process for shooting a brand lookbook — the pro approach that built his street photography career.

Having shot for Jordan Brand, Raised By Wolves, Dope Boy Magic and more, trashhand has used fashion lookbooks to grow as a photographer and professional. This 40-minute, documentary-style class is fueled by his experiences and insights, sharing advice on

  • Pitching and working with brands
  • Preparing for a shoot with styling and scouting
  • Shooting wide, medium, and detail photos
  • Editing photos with product in mind

Whether you’re an aspiring freelancer or a street shooting hobbyist, this class mixes technical specs with true behind-the-scenes. See the inner workings of pro photographer life, and take your street photography to the next level.

138 of 138 students recommendSee All

Amazing photographer! (and model) great tips! Thanks!
Got my first lookbook and this really helped, thanks trash
Great class! Its dynamic and knowledge are very helpful for understanding the content. Good choices of clothes, leases, model and didactic teaching. One of the best classes I've seen here. Congratulations and thank you.
Cláudio R Terrier

Brazilian photographer and visual arts lover.






Cityscape Photographer

Chicago-based trashhand is a self-taught photographer who strives to showcase urban areas in unique ways through the lens of his iPhone or DSLR. Though he only started shooting in late 2011, trashhand has amassed an immense following on Instagram with his work being featured by the likes of the Huffington Post, Nike, and countless fashion labels. Check out more at trashhand.com.