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One Day Product Photography Workshop in Dusseldorf.



One day workshop designed for those who wish to improve their knowledge and skills in Product and Still Life photography.

During the workshop we will look at the principles of Product and Still Life Photography. It is a great opportunity to enhance your photography and lighting skills, under the guidance of the experienced commercial photographer Marco Mega. In this fun, engaging and informative workshop we will also be sharing some tips and tricks about the trade. The lighting techniques you will learn will enable you to capture high quality product images for commercial and editorial use. 

Specific images of products will be reproduced during the the day in a professional studio and all relative problems will be discussed and solved. 

The product photography WORKSHOP will cover:

·       best lighting effects and set-ups for products photography,

·       how to style a product shoot and compose your photos effectively,

·       creating a workspace, how to use a softbox,

·       how to control and balance the light,

·       reflectors and diffusers,

·       camera control and settings for product photography,

·       use of different camera lenses to achieve best results,

·       angles, viewpoint, exposure and colour correction,

·       how to photograph objects on reflective surfaces,

·       basic photo retouching.



When: 26th July, 2015 | 10am-6pm (9.30 welcome - 1 hour lunch break) 

Where: Marco Mega Photo Studio (2nd floor, Worringer Str. 78 - 40211 Düsseldorf)

Level: improvers and enthusiasts      

Price: 149 euro (VAT included) 

Contacts: | 017668944556           


Places are limited to 8 to guarantee individual tuition and help (minimum 5). The workshop will be held in English.



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Terms & Conditions
By attending the Workshops you are accepting certain risks. Your agreement of this form shall serve as a release of Marco Mega’s liability and a complete assumption of all risks by you.  In consideration of, and as part of the payment for your participation in a Marco Mega’s workshop, you are voluntarily releasing Marco Mega, his employees, assigns, independent contractors, or anyone involved thereof, from any damages, liabilities, costs, injuries whether mental or physical, known or unknown, and by participation you agree to assume all risks whether known or unknown.
Cancellation or Change of a Workshop
While Marco Mega will make every attempt to operate a Workshop once confirmed, we do reserve the right to cancel or change a Workshop, at any time due to insufficient bookings and/or reasons beyond our control. In such case, a full and immediate refund will be issued. The financial liability of Marco Mega shall be limited to the amount paid to Marco Mega for the Workshop only. I reserve the right to refuse acceptance of any participant, for any reason, at any time. We are not responsible for any additional expenses incurred by such participants.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
If you cancel up to 21 days in advance of the start of the Workshop, Marco Mega will refund you 50% of the tuition fee, minus a €20 administration fee. If you cancel, less than 14 days before the start of the Workshop, you receive no refund.
You agree to have any claim, controversy, or dispute relating to the enforcement or interpretation of this document or arising or relating to your registration, participation, or attendance at any Marco Mega's Workshop, submitted to binding arbitration under the rules and regulations of the German Arbitration Association.
Use of Name and Likeness
I reserve the right to take photographs or videos during the Workshop or part thereof and to use the resulting photography in whole or in part for promotional purposes, including, but not limited to: self promotion for Marco Mega both in print and electronic media. By booking a reservation with Marco Mega, participants agree to allow their images to be used in such photography; participants who prefer that their image not be used are asked to identify themselves at the beginning of the Workshop.