Duration: 4 weeks
WHAT TO EXPECT
Tabletop Photography is ideal for anyone shooting products or food — whether it’s for your blog or for your business.
In class, you will learn tips and tricks with equipment, camera angles, styling, lighting positions and more. Homework assignments will push you to create top-notch magazine and ad ready shots. Shooting with natural light or artificial continuous light will be encouraged and instructed.
HOW IT WORKS
Our platform has recently changed. We are excited that this new platform will bring us a better learning system, which is available online through your browser and it’s mobile friendly!
Tabletop Photography has our Photo 101 course or equivalent experience as a prerequisite course. Students must have a good grasp of setting manual exposures as this will not be covered in class but is required to get the most out of the class material.
Nicole Hill Gerulat graduated from Brooks Institute of Photography in Commercial/Advertising Photography and has been working for over 10 years in the industry. Her clients include Real Simple, HGTV, Weldon Owen, Parents Magazine and more. Examples of her work can be found on her site as well as her blog A Little Sussy. Nicole started teaching photography classes in September 2007 and teaches from her own curriculum. She also taught the Art Direction & Commercial Photography course at Brigham Young University where she was an adjunct professor. Feel free to drop her a line if you have any questions about taking this course!
“If you need to take product shots or just want to learn some tricks of the trade from a professional photographer then this class is just for you!” Sally Shim, Tabletop Photography student
“I really enjoyed the Tabletop Photography class and truly learned a lot! Not only from the material, but from the constructive comments on both mine and everyone else’s homework. Thank you!” -Amy, Tabletop Photography student
“Thank you very much for the wonderful class, I thoroughly enjoyed it and learned TONS! Your critiques made my day! I still have a long way to go but I feel like I’m off to a good start thanks to you!” -Heather, Tabletop Photography student