5-Day Advanced Product Photography Workshop

Instructor: Matt Reed

For aspiring professional photographers, who want to next level their product photography. Limited to 10 students.

Why Do It?

When offering product photography as a service, you’re exposed to a mixed bag of requests and image styles you’ll need to create.

“Can you make this feel like summer?”. “We want this to look nice and shiny”. “This needs to look better than our competition”.

This course is about taking control of the photos you create. You need a skillset to draw from to pull off your client’s ideas, as well as your own. We teach you with one foot in the classroom and one foot in the real world. We’ll be shooting real briefs, with real products and paying clients who may be in attendance.

It’s heavily a lighting course and we get technical. We show you lighting setups you’ll use time and time again. And also tinker with more creative setups to help with curve ball briefs.

What’s Covered?

Product photography using studio lights and ambient light. Lighting setups include flat lay, tabletop and on model

We do studio-based on white shots, and creatively styled scenes

We also explore what outdoor locations can offer our product shots

Perth Product Photography Lighting Course
Perth Product Photography Lighting Course
Perth Product Photography Lighting Course

What’s Included?

  • Online access to Photography Basics – Composition: Find The Photo. For completion prior to course commencement
  • 5-Day intensive course. Attend in Perth, from Monday to Friday
  • 40+ hours of instruction. Both theory and practical
  • Yummy snacks, wholesome lunches and revitalising drinks
  • Walk away body of work. You can use this to help win more work
  • Certificate of completion
  • Client introductions. Opportunities for a client to like your photography, and ask you to do more for them as paid work

Who Should Attend?

Suitable for all aspiring professional photographers who have completed our Photography Basics – Composition: Find The Photo.

You may have also completed photography specific coursework at a University, TAFE College or a similar educational provider.

This course assumes basic prior knowledge of photography and using DSLR cameras.

What To Bring?

DSLR or mirrorless camera with fully charged battery (point-and-shoot cameras and smartphones are not suitable)

Battery charger

Lens (whatever you have)

Tripod (if you have one)

Lights (if you have any)

Empty memory card for your camera

Any additional accessories you already own for shooting on your camera

Laptop with editing software (ideally Adobe Photoshop)

Notebook and pen


Matt Reed






Got a question?

Email  [email protected] or call the studio on +61 8 9467 4330