Win A FREE 2-Day Bahamas Workshop Pass

On November 7th, 8th, and 9th Rob Grimm of PRO EDU will be giving away a 2-day pass to the Fstoppers Bahamas Workshop in May of 2014. It's free to enter, just tune in live for your chance to win on CreativeLIVE next week where we will announce the instructions for how to enter. The pass we are giving away is for our liquids, liquor, beer, and splashes workshop  that will cover everything we know about shooting liquids. This May Fstoppers will be hosting a series of workshops at the Atlantis resort with 10 of the top photographers in the industry right now. For a complete list of the workshop teachers click here. Rob Grimm, a top food, beverage, and product photographer will be teaching 2 workshops in the Bahamas. Rob has been working as a commercial photographer for over two decades in the advertising industry. His focus and true passion is in food and beverage photography with an emphasis and specialty in liquids.

Rob operates two full service studios in both Chicago and St. Louis and spends a lot of time traveling back and forth from each studio. He has extensive experience on set working with creative directors helping to bring their vision to life. Rob is a true creative problem solver with an ability to rig just about anything up. Rob is represented by Zahara Reps and has a client list that includes AB+InBev, Bacardi, Kraft, Grey Goose, Jack Daniels, and Wild Turkey, just to name a few.

PRO EDU Liquids Workshop Details

In this two day class, Rob Grimm will be covering everything he knows about shooting liquids, beer, glass bottles and liquor. Course instruction includes the use of various modifiers, diffusion, using fake ice, making fake spritz, making fake slush, beer pours, common camera angles, the use of cards with light, painting highlights, freezing liquids with splashes, using a duratrans for backgrounds, incorporating props into composition, polarizing highlights and the properties of lighting glass bottles. A special emphasis will be placed upon composition and how to creating images that evoke emotion to draw in the viewer.

Become Part Of The Crew This is an interactive class where students will become part of the crew on 4 commercial style photo shoots. Rob will discuss all of the tricks and knowledge he’s acquired over the last two decades from pre-production to the actual photo shoot and working directly with creative directors and the client on set. This is a hands-on, interactive workshop geared towards letting the students create the images and heavily participate in the photo shoot. The class will use both medium format and common DSLR cameras. This class is geared towards students who wish to focus on product photography, specifically with liquids and liquor. The knowledge learned in this class is applicable to other types of product photography as well. The class will prepare you with the knowledge needed to build your set, equip your studio, the lingo of working with clients and creative agencies while enhancing your knowledge of modifying light and it’s interaction with glass and liquid.

How To Win?

The contest if FREE to enter. Simply tune in to our next workshop on CreativeLIVE where we will announce how to enter your chance to this workshop, a $1,200 value. So enroll now in our workshop for exclusive deals, giveaways, product discounts, and a great preview of what to expect in our Bahamas workshop this May 2014 at the Atlantis Resort? This does not include travel or accommodations to the Bahamas. This prize is just for 1 two day pass to the liquids workshop taught by Rob Grimm.

Why The Bahamas? Fstoppers wanted to make the workshops intimate, and accessible to all without distractions of thousands of attendees. We also wanted to you bring your family to an awesome beach setting. The classes will be limited to small groups and will very much be interactive and engaging with the instructor. Plus flights to the Bahamas and hotel rooms are very reasonable and in many cases cheaper than staying in New York, Chicago, or Las Vegas. Plus we will be on an exotic island.


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Didrik Linnerud's picture

song name on the first video?