Liquid Art and Motion Live Show

Liquid Photography – How to photograph fast moving liquids

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LIVE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

Liquid Art and Motion

27th February 2019 – 18:00 GMT / 13:00 EST


Photographing liquids requires precision, patience and a little bit of luck. It can be as frustrating as it is messy, but with careful planning it can be incredibly rewarding and yield some fantastic results.

In this liquid art and motion show Karl will demonstrate how it’s less about luck and more about planning and technique. He will show you exactly how to photograph stunning splash shots and explain how, following certain steps, you can get great shots each time.

In this exciting live show you’ll learn about the equipment you’ll need as well as the best camera settings and lighting setups. From simple concepts such as how to add color and throw liquids, to more advanced techniques such as fast flash duration, you’ll learn all you need to know to capture and freeze fast moving liquids. This show will cover everything from planning and setting up your shot to lighting and execution, while also incorporating more creative elements and simple post production techniques.

This promises to be a show filled with excitement, mess and valuable information — one you definitely won’t want to miss! As usual, members will be able to actively participate through live Q&A.

To learn more about liquid photography and how to freeze movement, check out the following classes:

How do you watch this LIVE photography show?
This event and all online workshops are streamed to Karl Taylor Education members for ONLY $14/mo.

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Comments

  1. We’re in February now. When in February are the February programs going to air. Please let us know so we can adjust our schedules. Or… update the event postings with the dates/times. Thank you.

    1. Hi Christopher, I have two staff off sick but we will make an effort to post an update as soon early next week.

  2. Thank you for all you do. It can certainly be challenging when your team is not at full force. Sorry. Didn’t mean to be a pest.

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