The beauty of jewellery photography is the way it allows you to take a picture of your own design without having to take the time to put your own stamp on it.
You can’t get any more precise than this, right?
So why bother when you can just get an idea of what kind of jewellers you should pick?
Here are a few things to consider before you get down to business.
Find out who your target market is.
There are lots of different types of jeweller around the world and it can be tricky to know who to target first.
Some people like to pick people from their own niche, but if you want to know if you are good at it, it can help to know that people are attracted to the type of jewelling that they like to do, and will want to spend money on it themselves.
You may also want to look at your own niche and what it does well.
Make sure you get a fair number of photographs of the same thing, and then pick the ones that capture your style and personality.
It’s worth noting that a lot of photographers will go for people with a certain look, but don’t get too worked up about it.
If you do, they may be overcompensating for it.
That’s fine, but it can still be an eye-opener if you don’t see the type that suits you.
The only rule of thumb is that if you’re going to get a photo of yourself, make sure you have the same lighting, camera settings, lighting condition, and composition as the people you’re photographing.
That way you can see how the image fits into the overall design and style of the jewellery.