Product Photography Workshop

August 10, 2018

Logee Photography Workshop

Product Photography

Hello Branch Tribe,

We had a blast at The Logee Photography workshop a few weeks ago! We wanted to share a bit of what we learnt with you.

Jillian is an exellect teacher, she was able to make photography terms simple and easy. She explained the process on how she created her product photography sets and helped us each create our own.

If you have the chance to go to one of her workshops, it's definitely worth it!

Our first product we used was our new Glamping mist from our new Summer Misters collection.

"Glamping, also known as luxury camping or glamorous camping, is that escape you've been meaning to take. It's that little break from the hustle and bustle. It's a moment by yourself in a secluded treehouse." - Glamping Hub

With that concept in mind, Katie began creating the background with a soft rustic look to create the Glamping vibe.

Starting with a cream table cloth, she layered over dark wood. Then she added in purple bell flowers she picked from outside Branch and a cedar sprig to finish off the look.

Next up was Milk Paint! Katie picked Tricycle to photograph, a beatuiful bold and bright red. We store our milk paint in mason jars, which makes for great photos!

Katie started with the base, using the same sheet and another wood plank with a different texture. This plank of wood was from one of Jillian's Grandmothers pieces of furiture. It had a similar texture that some Milk Paint pieces achieve.

This workshop Was fun and inspiring, we love how the photos turned out!

We’ve been practicing on our own and learning how to take more amazing photos to share with you.

Thanks for reading about the workshop and having a peek at our photos!

Let us know what you think in the comments. Do you have any photo tips or suggestions for us!

The Branch Crew

xo

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