In this course, photographer and educator Justin Reznick explores your options, covering both the aesthetic issues and Photoshop techniques used to make more interesting compositions. Learn how to combine images, split one image into multiple parts, prepare your work—including prints—for sale, and use the Shoot & Sell app to market your photography to clients.
- Understanding aspect ratios
- Working with multiple images
- Analyzing triptychs
- Splitting an image into multiple parts
- Selling image sets
- Using the Shoot & Sell app
Skill Level Advanced
- Are you a photographer, looking to break free from the crowd and produce more original pieces in order to sell to more clients? Hi, I'm Justin Reznick and in the following course, we're going to break free from the aspect ratio. The idea that our cameras, with a sensor size of 2:3, 3:4 or 4:5 dictates how we present our work. It starts to all look the same. But what if we present the work in squares, panoramas, diptychs and triptychs.
When a client walks in and sees a triptych, three panels, it's so surprising, it's just the originality and the effect of that is really compelling. We're going to learn how to break that down in Photoshop, present our work in triptychs, diptychs and be able to print from there. We're also going to learn in Photoshop how to make it for the web, so that we can put it on our site and offer those services. In addition, we're going to dive into an app called Shoot and Sell. What we can do is we can take a diptych or a triptych, we can impose it on an interior, a living room or a bedroom, on that wall produce an image and again, share that with clients so they can visualize what it's going to look like.
The originality of breaking free of this aspect ratio is really going to increase sales. Alright, let's go.