Canadian photographer Dustin Dolby has printed a brand new video on his YouTube channel Workphlo that exhibits seize a poster-style beer {photograph}, from starting to finish.

All through the 17-minute video, Dolby takes a step-by-step strategy to indicate how every change he makes to the scene has an impact on the picture captured. This, together along with his articulate narration, makes for an easy-to-follow tutorial.

A behind-the-scenes shot exhibiting the setup used to seize the ultimate picture.

In the event you assume an costly setup was required to seize these photographs, you could be in for a shock. The lighting gear Dolby used to seize this scene is pretty reasonably priced. Dolby used a group of $85 Yongnuo speedlights and a $45 Yongnuo trigger shot via Godox strip lights and diffused white nylon. Though he doesn’t particularly point out it within the video, one factor we seen is that Dolby is utilizing black gloves all through the method to make sure he doesn’t switch fingerprints to the glass’ reflective floor.

Along with explaining the setup and seize course of, Dolby additionally exhibits the post-production workflow he makes use of to get from the ultimate seize to the ultimate product shot. Dolby clearly emphasizes beer on this scene, however most of the suggestions he shares all through the video would apply to different drinks and liquids shot inside glass containers.

The ultimate picture, after post-production.

Yow will discover extra tutorials on Dolby’s Workplo YouTube channel and buy among the supplies Dolby makes use of all through the video on the Workplo online shop.

Picture credit score: Pictures by Dustin Dolby, shared with permission.