Do you have jewels that you need to keep their images for reference or marketing purposes? If yes, then a photoshoot is the best option to get the best shot of them. Although the type of camera affects the quality of the images, you can use the inbuilt features of your camera just to get the best like the high-end ones. The huge collection of the fashion jewelry may need a single photo or just a single photo for each of them but what matter is the end use of the photoshoot. With the many digital toolkits available on the market, you can zoom to get the finer details.
Here are a few tips to get the best shot of the collection of inexpensive jewelry.
Set the camera settings
A DSLR is the best camera for such a photoshoot but if you do not have it, you can still use your Smartphone or tablet or digital camera to get the best shot. The settings involve the mode, is it dark or there is a lot of light. Check on the MM lens. What does the mm mean on a lens in such a photoshoot? This is the focal length of the camera which has an impact on the distance between the sensor and the convergence point. MM lens meaning decides on the angle of projections to get the best shoot.
Take care of the lighting effect
This is a shoot that requires natural sources of light. In case you opt for an indoor photoshoot then make sure there is proper lighting to enhance the quality of the images. You can open the windows or light the room to ensure there is enough light. The jewelry and the source of light should be in the opposite direction.
Get shoots at different angles
There is a reason why it is a photoshoot. Take the jewelry from all angles for the experiment. This means that you move the camera at all angles and also change its position- above the jewelry or on the sides or elevate the jewelry. There is an effect when it comes to camera positioning on the quality of the images.
Choose a simple background
The focal point should be on the jewelry and not on the background. A simple one is the best option rather than a complex one which distracts the viewer from the details of the jewelry which you want to display. You may have a choice of background for an indoor photoshoot but the outdoor. Look at areas where you will not capture buildings and houses. A natural background will complement the look.
Alternate the position of the jewelry
Just like you change the camera position, you also need to change the jewelry to take care of the different angles for the shoot. This will also complement the color and out of these shoots, you will get the best to suit the purpose of the shoot.
With these five tips, you will get hundreds of shots that will aid your selection to the desired objective. If you are doing this for marketing then you need to put many factors into consideration. This includes the diverse clients, attention to details and also the quality of the images. Make sure that the zooming option does not interfere with the quality such that a customer will get value for their time and finally turn this to a sale.