Lights, Camera, Shoot: How to take a great jewelry product shot!
Join internationally known artist, writer and teacher Pam East as she shares with you her formula for shooting crisp dramatic images of her jewelry. As Pam would say, “I’m an artist first, but with the help of premier photographers I am grateful for the education I’ve received on the do’s and don’ts of making a good photo.”
Cameras can be overwhelming with all the settings, and Pam will walk you through what’s what with her easy to understand method. Then Pam will show you basic lighting using a variety of light sources to get that crisp dramatic effect.
If you have struggled with trying to photograph your jewelry or other smaller work, you’ll love gaining insight on how to create photos that will get attention. Whether you need jewelry images for a website, shopping site, print articles, or juried shows and competitions, having professional looking pictures of your work is an absolute must.
**BONUS** Also including 3 extra videos filled with tips and how-to instructions: Shooting on a White Background and Shooting with Your Smartphone and using Photoshop Elements.
Don’t miss this special presentation.
The full recording and a PDF handout of resources and links is included.
No experience necessary.
- lighting options
- camera settings
- photo set-up
- Digital SLR cameras
- light boxes
- bounce lights
- back drops
- daylight bulbs
- ¼” Smoked Glass
Included in your purchase is the FULL recording of the entire LIVE class to watch over and over again, plus a PDF with notes and online resources.
Please note: PDF is not a stand-alone instructional booklet.