Have you ever wondered how to get great pictures of your jewellery or beadwork, without having to resort to a professional photographer – well read on and we’ll tell you how.
At some point your are likely to want to take pictures of your jewellery especially if you want to sell your jewellery online or through some type of marketing promotion. It is vital that you get good photographs or pictures of your jewellery. When people are buying from your from a distance, like online auctions sites or other websites, photographs of your jewellery are the only visual representation that people have to judge your work. If your picture is bad , fuzzy or badly lit, your jewellery won’t sell and people will judge your work as being amateurish. Even if you do manage to sell your work, it won’t be at the premium price it could have sold for if you had got a decent picture.
Jewelry Photography with Photo Studio Box
By Dan Ennis
For those who are selling on ebay or online, or any jewelry store owners, taking quality jewelry photos is a daunting task.
You are selling a product that is relatively expensive, and requires a high quality photograph to showcase your jewelry product. As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. In your case, a picture might worth a thousand dollars! A good piece of jewelry could retail for $1,000′s or more.
As such, there should be no compromise on taking jewelry photography. The jewelry photo you take should be sharp, high detail and depicting the real color. In particular if you are selling diamond, gem stones, and other precious metals of which the color could easily distorted by light that is not suitable for jewelry photography.
Digital Photography – 11 Tips For Taking Better Digital Photographs Of Jewelry And Craft Items
By Jim Juris
I am often asked by jewelry and craft artists what they can do to improve their photography. Here are my top 11 tips for anyone that has problems taking great digital photographs.
How to Photograph Jewelry
By Sasha Petrovich
Photographing jewellery can be tricky, but with a few concepts and budget below US$500 it is possible to achieve near-professional look of the photographs. This guide is intended for absolute beginners. Terminology is simplified, and camera adjustments are discussed with only jewellery in mind.