How To Take Great Photos Of Your Artwork

Your works are high quality, so photographs of them should be, too. Whether you’re preparing an entry for a fine art competition, putting together a portfolio to impress gallery directors, agents, or Continue Reading

The Ultimate Guide To Photographing Jewellery

One of the most important parts of selling any product is good photography. The more amazing your items look, the more people will want them! But it’s not always so Continue Reading

Shoot Stunning Flower Images

  Alstroemeria Medley: I photographed this arrangement of Alstroemerias (Peruvian lilies) straight down on a light box, then used a series of LAB color adjustments in Photoshop to create the painterly Continue Reading

9 Pointers for Better Product Photography

No one disputes the convenience of online shopping, but it falls short of traditional brick-and-mortar shopping in one major way: the ability for a customer to see or handle a Continue Reading

How to Choose a Camera for Jewellery and Other Macro Photography

               Jewellery can be one of the more tricky products to photograph but also one of the most rewarding. The right light tent and lighting Continue Reading

5 Simple Steps to Better Product Photography

1 – Focus In order to ensure your images are sharp, make sure you know how to focus your camera.   Digital cameras with auto focus are often difficult to focus Continue Reading

How to Photograph Your Collections

 So wait, you mean photography isn’t your only hobby? You do other things with your time besides take pictures? Shocking!   Okay, I confess. I have other hobbies too. Continue Reading

Tips on Photographing Your Handcrafted Sterling Silver Jewelry

The best way to do this is, of course, digitally. Taking good quality pictures of jewelry for most is an unsolved mystery. However, there are some simple techniques used by Continue Reading

Light and Dark: High Key and Low Key Photography

Understanding the Difference Between High Key and Low Key Photography.   Theory is all very well in……….……err! theory. There are times however when creativity demands that theory can take a Continue Reading