AFTER THIS CLASS YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
Capture the hidden beauty and random nature of splashing water.
Use a single flash to light shots with both black, and white backgrounds.
Find creative ways to combine everyday objects and water.
Understand how to enhance splash images in Photoshop.
ABOUT GAVIN'S CLASS:
Photographers are often looking to capture images that are dynamic, exciting, and most importantly unique. If that sounds like you, then this class opens the door to creating eye-catching photos that will never, EVER be the same twice. Best of all you won’t have to leave home to find them and you probably already own everything you need to get started.
Splash photography is the art of taking something as mundane as water pouring from a glass bottle and turning it into an image that’s packed full of stunning detail. Water turns to glass, tiny droplets appear frozen in the air and if it’s done well, the closer you look at a splash photo, the more detail you’ll see.
This class takes Gavin’s years of experience photographing splashes and condenses them down into easy-to-digest segments. Starting with his essential gear, props, and backgrounds, Gavin will help you take your first splash photo. He’ll then grow that knowledge, improve the basic technique, and show you how it can develop into some amazing and colorful splash imagery.
WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR:
Any photographer who’s looking for an exciting and fun photography challenge
Students, teachers and photographers who have a water-themed project in mind
Photographers who love simple, graphic images that are packed with fine detail
Everyone who is big on creativity but limited with gear
Adobe Photoshop CC 2021
Adobe Camera RAW
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
Gavin Hoey is a freelance photographer, Olympus UK ambassador, and trainer of all things photographic. Primarily focusing on photography education, Gavin was an early YouTube adopter and created a popular photography training channel before joining forces with Adorama in 2012. He’s now the most-watched presenter on AdoramaTV where his videos focus on the art of lighting and portraits. Gavin is still creating at least one video tutorial for AdoramaTV every other week and the channel has grown to 1 million subscribers.