How to Photograph Jewelry – Free Quick Guide

Have you ever had the opportunity to photograph jewelry – either for yourself or someone else?

Many jewelry photographs are created as a selling tool for websites such as eBay or Etsy.

Jewelry photography is challenging, fun, and potentially profitable.

More than 1.6 billion people buy products online, and the jewelry industry is one of the top fields needing photos.

Among online sellers, 90% think that photo quality is the critical deciding factor for making a sale. It’s undeniable how massive the impact of photography is on the digital market.

Knowing how to photograph jewelry has now become an essential requirement of product photographers.

Jewelry photography is different from other kinds of product photography. There are specific rules that need to be followed.

Anyone can shoot jewelry if they’ve prepared themselves properly for the task. Knowing even the tiniest tips and tricks is a must here.

Here is what we cover in this guide:

  1. How to shoot jewelry
  2. Equipment that you will need to shoot jewelry
  3. How to set up for jewelry photography
  4. Common mistakes and how to avoid them
  5. Important jewelry photography ideas and tips

Are you looking for a challenge with your camera? Here you go!

Get your guide now.

Photo Credit: Eric Fung

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