Learning Product Photography with Joseph "PhotoJoseph" Linaschke
Get started in product photography. Learn about the gear, lighting, and post-processing techniques you need to shoot products of all kinds.
1h 29m • COURSE
Product Photography: Clothes and Textiles with Konrad Eek
Explores the creative and technical decisions involved in photographing textiles.
2h 5m • COURSE
Product Photography: Jewelry with Konrad Eek
Learn how to style, light, and photograph jewelry, from rings to watches and more.
1h 31m • COURSE
Learning Craft Photography with Megan Andersen
Discover how to stage, light, and photograph your handmade items in a way that maximizes their appeal to viewers and customers.
3h 21m • COURSE
Advanced Craft Photography with Megan Andersen
Covers advanced techniques for staging, lighting, and photographing your handmade crafts, as well as for sharing the images you create.
2h 33m • COURSE
Photoshop: Processing Product Photos with Kevin Stohlmeyer
Learn how to color correct, retouch, and enhance product shots with Photoshop and turn in images that will delight your clients.
1h 30m • COURSE
Compositing Product Photography in Photoshop with Seán Duggan
Learn the techniques for compositing product photography in Photoshop, including swapping backgrounds and label art.
1h 54m • COURSE
Learning Food and Drink Photography with Bill Robbins
Demonstrates the art and science behind shooting food and drink photographs.
1h 58m • COURSE
Insights on Product Photography with Konrad Eek
Learn what makes effective product photography, from styling to lighting to gear, with insights from an industry professional.
34m 28s • COURSE
You'll learn product photography with these experts.
Joseph "PhotoJoseph" Linaschke
Joseph "PhotoJoseph" Linaschke is a photographic storyteller, educator, and the PhotoApps.Expert. He's been shooting since the age of seven and teaching and presenting on stage to audiences around the globe for over 20 years. In 2010, he launched what quickly became the number one Apple Aperture resource, which has now evolved into PhotoApps.Expert.
Following an eight-year tenure at Apple as the lead presenter, producer, and photographer for the Professional Applications division, he stepped out on his own in 2009 to pursue all things photography. Today, you can find Joseph shooting for corporate and celebrity clients, leading workshops, speaking to schools on integrating photography into the classroom, and teaching photography courses in person and online.
Joseph has multiple online identities. For his photography, visit PhotoJoseph.com and follow @photojoseph on Twitter and Instagram. For PhotoApps.Expert, follow @PhotoAppsExpert. You can also view a summary of all of Joseph's projects and identities at Joseph.info.
Principle photographer Konrad Eek started his career in Dallas after earning a BFA in photography from the University of Oklahoma. After several years of freelance work, Eek was named studio manager at Steven Michael Studios in Dallas. Eek left Dallas in 1995 to take a position as director of photography at PGI L.L.C. in Oklahoma City. Eek left PGI in 1999 to establish Maxwell Eek Photography, a full service commercial photography studio in Norman, Oklahoma. In addition to the studio operation, Eek has a long-term commitment to arts education. An adjunct professor at Oklahoma City Community College, Eek teaches advanced photography classes in the Graphic Communications department. He has also worked with the internationally recognized Oklahoma Arts Institute for over 15 years as an instructor, and member of both the Visual Arts Advisory Panel, and the Board of Directors. He is currently serving on the executive board and as chair to all the advisory panels.
Megan Andersen is a crafter, blogger, and writer for BUST and Bitch magazines.
In 2010, Megan Andersen swapped her suit jacket for a non-stick smock and forged a new career as a craft blogger and freelance writer. To the people who knew her well, this was no surprise; having grown up in a creative house where art was encouraged and practiced, she was constantly trying out new art techniques and developing new crafting skills. Megan's blog radmegan: in words & pictures highlights her crafting, gardening, and cooking adventures, and always pairs instruction, experiences, and humor with colorful and vibrant photography. She has also written for national magazines such as BUST and Bitch and teaches monthly craft classes at the Urban Craft Center in Santa Monica, California. Megan lives in Los Angeles with her husband and over 500 carnivorous plants.
Kevin Stohlmeyer is a designer and instructor with 20+ years of experience in digital illustration.
Kevin has been teaching professionally in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, since 2000, and loves educating others and sharing his passion for technology and design. He has taught professionally at colleges and Adobe training centers, and sits on the advisory board for several colleges, developing curriculum and software training using Adobe products.
A self-proclaimed geek, Kevin's experience with publications, workflows, and illustration enhances his credibility as an Adobe Certified Instructor. He founded the Milwaukee Adobe Users Group/Graphic Design Meetup in 2007. This thriving creative user group has over 900 members.
Kevin has been featured in Photoshop User Magazine, InDesign Magazine, and Adobe Inspire Magazine. He has been the live on-site blogger for Photoshop World Conference since 2010. He's also an Adobe Community Leader, speaking at events and conferences on Creative Cloud and design nationwide.
Seán Duggan is a fine-art photographer, author, educator, and Adobe Certified Photoshop Expert.
Through his writing and teaching, he has been helping photographers master digital photography and digital darkroom techniques for over fifteen years. His core philosophy is to help people see the image possibilities in any situation, to look for the extraordinary in the ordinary, and to seek out uniquely personal ways of interpreting a scene, both with the camera and in the digital darkroom. He is a co-author of Photoshop Masking & Compositing (2nd Edition, 2012), Real World Digital Photography (3rd Edition, 2010), The Creative Digital Darkroom (2008), Photoshop Artistry (2006), and his Lightroom Tips column can be seen in Photoshop User magazine.
In a photographic career spanning over two decades, he has worked as a custom black-and-white darkroom printer and studio photographer, and has supervised the digital imaging department of a large professional photo lab. Equally at home with both low-tech and hi-tech approaches, Seán has a visual tool kit that includes a wide range of imaging tools, such as wooden pinhole and plastic toy cameras that use medium-format film, full-frame digital SLRs and advanced digital darkroom techniques, and, for creativity on the go, an Apple iPhone loaded with an arsenal of photo processing apps.
He develops and teaches online classes on Photoshop and imaging for photographers, and leads workshops at venues across the country, such as the Maine Media Workshops, the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, and the Focus on Nature workshops, in Iceland. He also offers customized consulting and training in Northern California and online consulting sessions on digital photography, Photoshop, Lightroom, and digital workflow issues.
Bill Robbins is an educator, award-winning advertising photographer, and commercial film director.He is currently a faculty member and chairman of the advertising concentration at Brooks Institute. Before coming to Brooks Institute, Bill worked with advertising clients from all over the world at his studio, Bill Robbins Photography, Inc., in Los Angeles, California.
Bill was a founding member of the Advertising Photographers of America and served as the president of the Los Angeles chapter for two years. Bill was honored by Advertising Age with a show of his work "The Art of Advertising," and has been featured in editorials in Photo District News, PhotoPro, and Rangefinder Magazine. Bill's work was also featured in American Photographers Today, a traveling show and book published by the Tokyo Designer Gakuin College.
Over the past thirty years Bill has been honored and recognized for his work by the advertising and the photography industry, receiving CLIO Awards, and Belding Awards, and recognition at the New York Art Directors Show, Communication Arts Photo Annual, and the Los Angeles Art Directors Show, among others.
Bill's clients have included Apple Inc., ABC Television, Disney Studios, United Airlines, Toyota, Nike, Miller Beer, IBM; advertising agencies such as J Walter Thompson, Chiat Day, McCann Erickson , Gray, and BBDO; and magazines, including Sports Illustrated, Family Circle, and American Way. He has also directed commercials for Hills Bros Coffee, Los Angles Food Bank, PacTel Cellular, and Mattel. Bill's work can be seen at www.billrobbinsstudio.com.