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, it is stressful to take on a new expense. This article will explore professional jewelry photography to help you make an informed decision.
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 photography could cost hundreds, even thousands of dollars, right? Not necessarily. Read on to find out how to get a great jewelry photography setup for your studio for about $100.
Learn about photography lighting options for your finished jewelry. Halstead’s Product Photographer, Bethany, gives some great tips on how to make your jewelry photography beautiful while staying on budget. Also check out Halstead President Hilary Halstead Scott’s video overview of affordable lighting equipment for your studio set-up.