Product Video Course By Austen Paul – Free Download Course
Tired of those overpriced, fluffed-up courses that only cover a topic or two and leave you to figure out the rest on your own?
You’ll get access to an ever-growing library of inspirational, creative, self-paced educational content – and a collaborative community of creative professionals who are eager to help you grow!
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
Chapter 1: Welcome + About
Welcome + Thank You
Who I Am + What I Do + Why
What You Will Learn
Chapter 2: Landing Clients + Filmmaking Advice
Chapter 3: Client Communication
Chapter 4: Pre-Production
Chapter 5: Basic Product Lighting + Light Modifiers
Chapter 6: Camera Settings
Chapter 7: Working with Specific Materials
Chapter 8: Backdrops
Chapter 10: Creating a Product Video with No Lights
Chapter 11: Creating a Product Video with One Light: COMING SOON
Chapter 12: Creating a Light + Bright Product Video
Chapter 13: Creating a Colorful Product Video Production
Chapter 14: Shooting a Product Video Outdoors: COMING SOON
Chapter 15: Post Production
Chapter 16: Advanced Post Production/After Effects: COMING SOON
Chapter 17: Product Retouching Techniques
Chapter 18 Entire Walkthrough Process
Chapter 19: Editing Ideas: COMING SOON
Chapter 20: Donut Tutorial – Walkthrough
WHY I CREATED THIS PRODUCT VIDEO COURSE
First off, because countless filmmakers have requested this course. Secondly and most importantly, when I started my pursuit of product videography I searched all over to find content to teach me what to do, where to start, how to get clients, etc.
All I found was a couple product photography videos and some email marketing techniques from blogs, which helped, but only took me so far. There wasn’t a clear path to explain what needed to be done, how to do it well, what not to do, or where to even start.
So through thousands of hours of research learning from a diverse collection of content, plus pushing past a ton of trial and error, I created this Product Videography Course to help novice filmmakers get started AND experienced filmmakers up-level their product video content.