Product Photography Tutorial Jewellery and Small items

by Staff March 7, 2017 at 1:20 pm

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  1. Thanks so much for this video. Can you tell me what you used to hang the jewelry with? Is that sold for that specific purpose or did you modify something? I would love to have something like that. Thanks!

  2. Thank you for posting these with a basic functional setup and easy to follow simple tricks. A majority of these tutorials are with $10k+ worth of equipment. Looks like you can achieve the same results with this set up and a little understanding of what's going on.

  3. What is exposure compensation? Are you talking about apeture or shutter speed, or something entirely different? What does plus 3 extra stops mean? I 'm a beginner and have a canon s120 camera. Would you happen to know what would be the settings on that camera that you are reffering to?

  4. I'm a lead carpenter by trade and photographer by "birth" (if you understand that) and NEVER even looked at tile that way, Thank you soooooo much for opening my eyes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. At last…  thank you thank you thank you………  you have just answered EVERY SINGLE  ISSUE I've had photographing my hand made jewellery.  x

  6. Thank you Gavin. I was looking for several things on youtube.com for quite some time for something that your video provided in on shot. I don't leave a lot of internet comments. I felt compelled to congratulate you on becoming one of few comments I have left publicly. Good day to you, sir.

  7. There is a direct link in the description to the procduct category, lighting can be made any way depending on what you want. this a a fairly even lighting that can be good for products. Best thing would be to buy a kit and then experiment.

  8. Same deal – just shoot straight DOWN on your beaded work rather than from the front. The settings, etc, remain the same. I do beaded jewellery so I understand the frustration.

  9. Consistently these tutorials don't cover how to take good shots of pearls and heavy beaded necklaces. Set up for a single pendant is relatively easy. But positioning and lighting where you want to get an entire mixed gemstone and pearl piece is baffling! Consider adding a followup video 🙂

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