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Jewellery Photography

Jewellery makes one of the most magnificent shoots if done properly. Getting that charming appeal out of diamond studs, golden rings, pearl neck pieces, pendants, bracelets, cufflinks and so on requires some artistic and creative jewellery photography skills. When jewellery photographs ooze elegance and sophistication, they entice buyers to make a purchase. Nonetheless, bringing out these desired qualities is not a piece of cake.

Because of their small size coupled with being crafted out of shiny or reflective metallic and gemstone components, jewellery photography poses a major challenge for amateurs and experienced photographers alike to get it quite right. We at royal london product photography have mastered the art of capturing these small ornamental stuff to perfection. Here are some of the best professional jewellery photography shots done for our Amazon clients**** from the gallery.

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By hiring expert jewellery photographers like us or even subscribing to a reputable site for professionally done jewellery stock images, you have a chance to outshine your competitors with exquisite visuals. If you choose to take up the challenge and do it yourself, read on for a list of relevant equipment and a few helpful tips.

Jewellery photography equipment

To get the best out of jewellery, you will need a;

  1. DSLR camera with macro settings. There are countless mid range models in Amazon with that feature.
  2. Macro lens which are specially designed to allow you get close enough to the subject for razor sharp snaps; without which you will fail miserably with other types of lenses.
  3. Lightbox (light tent) to diffuse excess light, eliminate glare and reflection.This can be bought affordably or handmade with cardboard or fabric for walls.
  4. Table top tripod to prevent blurred images. Any slight movement results to a fuzzy appearance. With a long exposure shutter, movement is near inevitable and a tripod becomes a necessity.
  5. Continuos LED light sources produce the best light for jewellery as it doesn’t distorts the color of the jewellery and keeps it as natural as is to the human eye.

Jewellery photography tips

Prior to shooting your jewellery, a considerable amount of preparation should be made. This includes wiping off dust, fingerprints and smudge. While handling jewellery, hand gloves are critical to avoid repetitive finger imprints when touching it for positioning.

For e-commerce frames, a simple white background or acrylic black background is enough to keep things dazzling. Lifestyle jewellery  frames may utilize props such as busts, stands or adorning them on a model. Be sure to keep props minimal and for models go easy on the make up. The main focus should be on making the jewellery pop.

Dangling jewellery are best showcased hanging and thus shot on a string which will be erased during post photography editing. Wax is just as vital for fixing jewellery like rings on a flat top to achieve a standing position.

Play around with different light positions to find that which eliminates reflections, harsh shadows and glare. Ever wondered how they get that twinkling star on diamonds and crystals? Invest in sparkler light. It come in handy when shooting gemstones to add that sparkling effect.

The intricate details on jewellery are the most important factor. Take multiple shots from the top and sides to highlight every tiny little detail, engraving, markings, patterns, links, embellishments etc.

You can never go wrong with jewellery if the images are done right. They have an irresistible appeal that will keep buyers flocking your store. To get yourself amazing jewellery photos such as those from our Amazon clients, do not hesitate to give us a call.

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