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Learn tips for taking quality jewelry photography with tripods. These are essential tools to have in your jewelry photography studio so you can take the best photos of your work.
Halstead Product Photographer Bethany Blackshear is sharing her top tips for making sure your jewelry photography represents your business and jewelry designs in the best way possible. Read on for 3 of the most common product photo mistakes and how you can avoid them.
Photographing your own jewelry can be a big money saver for your business. With the right setup you can turn out quality photos yourself, versus spending hundreds of dollars having them photographed by a professional. Unfortunately a good setup for photo can be expensive. Read on for Bethany's tips for creating a jewelry photography setup on a budget.
Jewelers hear the same advice over and over again, photography can literally make the difference between success and failure in the field. Quality images help you to get into more shows, receive better PR coverage, and ultimately sell more jewelry. However, getting professional photos isn't always easy. Read on for tips to hire a professional jewelry photographer.
Whatever stage of lockdown your area is in, if you’re unable to work in your studio during this crisis it is a great time to focus on your business. We have a few tips and ideas to help you out.