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Timothy Kou (Tim)
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Haven't updated my gear in a while. This would be a nice change. 

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Running my first Photo Challenge on +ViewBug! Submit your best shot of an object using a wide angle lens for a chance to win up to 300 Reward Points!

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Everything on is 50% off! Including my in-depth 3-course bundle on planning, shooting, and retouching bottled products. Only 10 hrs left.

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An excellent new course is available by +Joshua Geiger, pro photographer and instructor at +PHOTIGY. For a limited time, it's 25% off. Grab it now!! And then join our new Studio Basics or Pro Club to keep learning!

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My newest tutorial for Photigy is on using Lightroom as an organizational and mass editing tool.  Join Studio Basics on Photigy to learn more!

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Mejor Pink Tequila

Shot was for a product photography training course through The course covers three phases in commercial product photography: concept, shooting, retouching.

The course will be made available soon! Only at!

#photigy #commercialphotography #trainingcourse   #pinktequila #productphotography  

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My course with Photigy is coming soon!  Lots of work in this three-part course.  Looking forward to launch.
Guys, I am super exited today! 
+Timothy Kou   is about to release his brand new series of courses on Photigy! There will be 3 courses in the series, starting from a "straight on" shot of a liqueur bottle in the first course to a complex creative shot with splash in the last one.
It will cover a complete workflow of a commercial studio shot: From a creation of concept creative, prepping, setting the studio and shooting to a full post-production of the final shot. 
This is a really great course for anyone who is doing (or going) to do a commercial studio product photography. 

Tim is a part of a family owned photo/video/3D design studio in Chicago, you can check it at

Below is the image of "before" (a concept drawing), "intermediate" (in-camera) and "after" - a final result. This shot is from Tim's first course which we are going to release very soon.
Now we need to get a name for the course. What would you suggest? It should be short and informative... 

To see more of Tim's work, check out his Photigy publications, awesome stuff:
Images by +Timothy Kou . #photography   #course   #comingsoon  
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