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Photigy Premieres New CGI Course for Product Photographers

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An example of CGI in product photography
New CGI course teaches photographers essential 3D skills and workflow

SAN JOSE, Calif. - eTradeWire -- Photigy School of Photography announced today the recent release of Intro to CGI for Product Photographers, a new digital video course that teaches photographers the essential skills and workflow necessary to create realistic 3D product images. The course instructor, Janine Pauke, is a professional CGI artist and product photographer whose decades of experience spans high-profile brands like Rémy Martin, Heineken, Macallan, and Fosters as well as Hollywood motion pictures.

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"Working with CGI can be overwhelming. This introductory course enables someone with no prior experience to explore the 3D workflow and create a realistic product render through easy-to-follow lessons," Pauke said.

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Pauke's course streamlines the learning process, guiding students through complex topics such as modeling, texturing, and lighting with ease using one of the most approachable 3D programs on the market—Cinema 4D.

"Computer-generated imagery is everywhere. Movies, TV shows, video games, and now more than ever, product advertising," said Alex Koloskov, CEO and founder of Photigy School of Photography. "This new course is designed to help our students embrace the convergence of CGI and product photography and meet the ever-changing demands of their clients."

Details on the new course, including curriculum and pricing, are available on the Intro to CGI for Product Photographers course webpage.

About Photigy

Photigy School of Photography helps aspiring product photographers turn their passion into a successful business with practical and affordable online courses. For more information, visit www.photigy.com.

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