Capture One Pro is an industry standard piece of software, I use it on a daily basis and cannot imagine working without it. In this new series, I’ll be showing you how to use Capture One in short, easy to digest videos, that get right to the point.
One of the hardest things to do when producing creative Packshot photography is finding the balance between budget and quality. This article explores some of the cost implications behind shoots and gives one way to strike that balance.
As a still life photographer, you’ll often find yourself looking at the next item of gear you need to buy. There is a lot. This article examines what you really need and I also give my opinion on where’s best to spend your money.
Advertising Photography is one of the most technically challenging things any photographer can attempt. In this article, I’ll show you what you need to create photography of that level.
Why is attention to detail such an important attribute of still life photographers? This article attempts to explain, using examples of e-commerce and advertising photography.
Bottle photography can be daunting but it doesn’t have to be. These 5 packshot photography tips will help you create high-end images anywhere. Make sure you stick around for the last tip, cross polarization, it’s amazing!
Focus stacking is such an integral part of my workflow. In this article, I cover what focus stacking is and explain the differences between Photoshop and Helicon Focus. Is Helicon Focus the best focus stacking software around? Find out here.
Actions are a very powerful tool in Photoshop but only when they’ve been created correctly. This article explains what they are, why they’re useful, and shows you how to create them properly.
Cleaning your product photography is so boring but, sadly, equally important! This article and video cover 3 unique techniques that I use to speed up the process while creating a high-quality result.
Linked smart objects are the best Photoshop technique I have learnt in recent years and that is no exaggeration. In this video I’ll be taking you through exactly what they are and how you can use them in your still life photography.