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How-to Photograph Jewelry: Get the Basics with Vadjutka

Jun 4, 2008

by Vanessa Bertozzi

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vadjutka.etsy.com recently submitted a piece on Hungarian traditional and contemporary crafts for the Etsy World Tour series.  Turns out she has worked as a professional photojournalist.
She now sells her jewelry on Etsy, and so she has some crucial tips for jewelry sellers who want to take great photos of their items.  Read on, sellers, for more on exposure, background, angles, and more.

I think most jewelry makers have faced this problem at least once: how to take a good photo and how to style that photo to make the most of an item. In the next few paragraphs I’ll try to sum up the practices I learned as a photojournalist — which could be useful for photographing still subjects like jewelry.

1. Light: Sharp vs. Smooth Shadows
There you are, with a beautiful piece of jewelry, ready to take some photos and list it in your shop. Right before you push the button on your camera, there are a few things that might be good to consider: for example, the angle of the light coming from outside (or inside), and the shadow it casts on your item. Some may like sharp lines, others may like smooth. For those who belong to the first group, natural light it is best, and it is useful to take pictures around noon, when the sun is high. Those who prefer smooth lines should shoot in the morning or after 4 pm.

Sharp, defined shadows:
.
[Dangle earrings by fantcastle]

[Crown necklace by spicychocolate ]

Smooth, diffused shadows:

[earrings by shimmerglassjewelry]


[Mushroom ring by ctseibels]

Of course, most of us don’t have time to wait for the perfect sunlight to arrive. What can we do if we only have time to shoot in the early evening, when the light is not so bright, but we don’t want an underexposed grey picture as a result? We shall use the flash, but not directly — and ever so carefully! Using flash directly makes very bright white spots on the picture, because the light of the flash is not diffused to different directions. So either we can put a smaller white plastic card on the flash to diffuse light, or if it is not possible, cover the flash with a white tissue. It will result a brighter picture but without the distracting, overexposed bright spots.

2. Correcting the photometer
If your camera allows you to adjust it manually, don’t be afraid to use it. At first it might seem a bit difficult, but one can learn it quite quickly. There are two main “numbers” we have to deal with: the shutter speed (the duration of time the shutter is opened) — its values are marked with 1/125, 1/60, 1/30 etc. — and the F-stop (the amount of light coming into the camera’s aperture) — its values are marked with numbers like 2,2, 2,8, 3,5, 5,6 etc.

Don’t panic about having to measure these values manually, as the photometer built into the camera does it for us. Though built-in photometers react quickly — my photometer measures on nine different spots — at the end of the measuring process we get an average number. This means that if we do not correct the measurement a little bit, we might get a photo with over or underexposed spots.

If we want the darker spots to be more detailed, we have to add a bit more light: either with a lower f-stop or with a lower shutter-speed. Consequently, we do the opposite in case of overexposed spots — for example, when taking photos of a white, glittering or very bright jewelry, we add one or one-and-half to the measured values of the photometer, which means higher numbers of f-number and shutter-speed.


[measured by photometer and altered values, photo by vadjutka.etsy.com]

If we sit in a quite dark room, and all f-stops are gone (which means that the shutter is opened to its maximum size), we still have opportunities by letting in more light with an even lower shutter speed number. As far as I know, most people can make a sharp picture with the maximum value 1/30 of a second for shutter speed; below that, photos become blurred. So if the picture requires longer than that, we should use a tripod…or stabilize our hands on a sturdy object (in extreme situations it can be our knees, as well), hold back breathing, and shoot!

LINKS:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F-number
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shutter_speed

3. Go closer! – Making a photo essay
When I was in photography school, my teacher always asked me: “What do you want to say with these distant pictures? Go closer!” Luckily enough, we can get close quite easily when shooting jewelry, thus easily fulfilling what my teacher always wanted: one close-up picture showing details of the item, and one “big picture,” showing the whole item its environment, or on a model. We should also take some photos from different angles: what does the item look like from the back, or from the sides? It is like telling a story, except in pictures and not in words.


[by yasminbochi]


[by lesthings]


[by juliery]

4. Background: patterns vs. white
An important part of telling the story of your jewelry in pictures is the background of the photo. Browsing Etsy, we can find a few main types of backgrounds: plain white, solid color backgrounds, and non-white, patterned backgrounds — usually with flowers, shapes or letters. The plain white background has an advantage: it is easier to photograph, and easier to take in visually. Using white as background has one more advantage: it intensifies the light, so it can help in taking photos of a darker item. We can use a plain white sheet for photography — that is what I do, or a white box (see here for a how-to).

An example of a white box:

[photo by panyizsuzsi.etsy.com]

white backgrounds:

[fabric necklace by fabricfarrago]


[polymer pendant necklace by jkollmann]


[ring by KelbelleDesigns]

The advantage of a non-white background is that a good background adds a special meaning and an atmosphere to the jewelry, thus creating its own little world. Make sure to consider the look and feel of your shop as a whole. Ask yourself, “Does this background work with the overall branding and image I want for my work? Will my target buyers relate to it?”

non-white backgrounds:

[ring by pocketfullofpoesy]


[Cherry Drop earrings by nicoleleeartistry]


[necklace by TheHandOfFatima]

These are just some general tips. Within these constraints, the photographer can really get creative and best of all — let the jewelry shine as the center of attention.

Here’s a link to other photo how-tos on the Storque. Add any of your favorite tips in the comments below!

144 comments

  • panyizsuzsi

    panyizsuzsi said 9 years ago

    Cool article Jutka! Thanks for mentioning my light box!

  • revolverse

    revolverse said 9 years ago

    great overview! thank you for the tips.

  • CT2Designs

    CT2Designs said 9 years ago

    VERY informational, thanks for this article. off to make me a light box :-)

  • CatholicGuilt

    CatholicGuilt said 9 years ago

    Thank you for an excellent informative article. I plan on putting some of your tips to use. Delia

  • pendantflair

    pendantflair said 9 years ago

    thank you! you broke it down so well it makes me feel like, "yes, I can do this too."

  • CreativeRampage

    CreativeRampage said 9 years ago

    Very imformative indeed! I'll finally sit down and figure out how to set the shutter speed & F-stop, thanks for the encouraging article.

  • DistressingDelilah

    DistressingDelilah said 9 years ago

    Thank you for some great information!

  • tamdoll

    tamdoll said 9 years ago

    Thanks for the great tips & beautiful photos!

  • Gillking

    Gillking said 9 years ago

    Awesome! Im just in the midst of taking pictures of my jewelry before I open my shop and this article offered a lot of suggestions for things I was stumped on! Thanks!

  • shineohla

    shineohla said 9 years ago

    Wow! This article was AMAZING!!! I am in the very beginning process of setting up my shop (ie: stockpiling inventory, photographing said inventory, and getting an overall feel for etsy) and this was not only informative (I just bought my first digital camera this year) but inspirational as well! Kudos to Jutka and EVERYONE involved with etsy! I can't wait to be an official seller!

  • mizusugi

    mizusugi said 9 years ago

    Great details! Thank you!

  • babypeasandcarrots

    babypeasandcarrots said 9 years ago

    Thanks so much for the great tips!

  • LANYARDLADY

    LANYARDLADY said 9 years ago

    Because of my schedule most of my photos are taken inside with artificial light. Your light box suggestion will help me do a better job! Thanks!

  • jrgoddess

    jrgoddess said 9 years ago

    Thanks for all the useful tips. I agree with Lanyardlady, because I really need to make a light box to impe my pictures. Thanks again!

  • yosemitevintage

    yosemitevintage said 9 years ago

    Thanks so much for sharing and caring. You have just blessed my life. I immediately tried the tissue over my flash on my digital camera and I am so happy with the results. Great for indoors. Thank you Thank you Thank you.

  • PaisleyChainsaw

    PaisleyChainsaw said 9 years ago

    This is a great article jewellery can be so hard to photograph. Thank you for all the great tips.

  • ZenGarden

    ZenGarden said 9 years ago

    Thank you so much. I've yet to take photos of my items...not being sure what the best backgrounds would be. Thanks!

  • vadjutka

    vadjutka said 9 years ago

    Hi Everyone! I am really glad that you can/could use the tips! Please feel free to convo me, if you have any questions on photography. Keep shooting! :-) Judit

  • annarubyking

    annarubyking said 9 years ago

    Really excellent article, and great pictures! thanks!

  • mksupplies

    mksupplies said 9 years ago

    Great article, I loved that tip about how to diffuse the flash when you don't have another good light source!

  • kmguswiler

    kmguswiler said 9 years ago

    Photographing has been my biggest struggle - Very helpful, and thanks for easing the "struggle!"

  • TheHandOfFatima

    TheHandOfFatima said 9 years ago

    great tips! and thanks for adding me! xoxox

  • yasminbochi

    yasminbochi said 9 years ago

    Great article Jutka, very helpful tips and easy to understand! Thank you so much for the feature! :)

  • yaelfran

    yaelfran said 9 years ago

    love lesthings!!!!!

  • roseworksjewelry

    roseworksjewelry said 9 years ago

    Thanks for all the tips! That's one part of my shop I really want to work on.

  • CourtneyWatson

    CourtneyWatson said 9 years ago

    Thank you for this- I need all the help I can get with my photos (;

  • chainchainchained

    chainchainchained said 9 years ago

    if you can't get the light right there is always photoshop.

  • gilbea

    gilbea said 9 years ago

    Great pictures and tips =)

  • KrillaGlass

    KrillaGlass said 9 years ago

    Great article! Making good item photos is tough, jewelry photos tougher and glass jewelry photos are toughest. Good job with yours Jutka BTW.

  • 108ways

    108ways said 9 years ago

    Glad you mentioned showing jewelry items on a model -- this is something I would love to see more of on Etsy. With a model (even if it's just a neck-shaped stand, or a wig form or whatever) you get a sense of the item's scale, and how it actually "wears" on the body, that is impossible to get from a shot of just the item alone, no matter how beautiful the jewelry is (or the picture of it). Thanks for a good article!

  • lunaticart

    lunaticart said 9 years ago

    Thanks for all the tips!!!!!!

  • MAKUstudio

    MAKUstudio said 9 years ago

    Thank you! Always trying to improve my photo skills!

  • jkcreativedesigns

    jkcreativedesigns said 9 years ago

    Great article. Thanks so much for this. I'm going to make a light box right now!

  • SapphireLizard

    SapphireLizard said 9 years ago

    Fabulous article! Thanks for the tips!

  • shoutrinse

    shoutrinse said 9 years ago

    Thanks for the useful advice!

  • sirenedelmare

    sirenedelmare said 9 years ago

    What a wonderful and helpful article!!! Thanks so much!!!

  • jewelryfetishlv

    jewelryfetishlv said 9 years ago

    Thanks for the article.....It will help with future pictures.

  • flowersbyfarha

    flowersbyfarha said 9 years ago

    Thank you, a great article. I'd like to know more about shooting against white background. I find it really hard to see the item/detail on many of those photos--they often seem overexposed with no clear edge (not enough shadow?) Thanks!

  • threadsofkarma

    threadsofkarma said 9 years ago

    this article helps! but i have one more question. i am having difficulty getting clear pictures... all i have is a digital camera... any tips?

  • fjonesart

    fjonesart said 9 years ago

    I'm going back to reshoot all of my paintings! You really had some great tips!

  • thewishingwell

    thewishingwell said 9 years ago

    Great photos! Thanks so much for all the tips!

  • thecharmedlamb

    thecharmedlamb said 9 years ago

    Just the kinds of tips I was looking for! Thanks!

  • IrenaSophia

    IrenaSophia said 9 years ago

    Excellent article, lots of great tips. Thank you.

  • wartpiggydesigns

    wartpiggydesigns said 9 years ago

    Very helpful. Thanks!

  • swati

    swati said 9 years ago

    Great article, the pictures I've been taking of my jewelry for etsy need work. Your advice should really help! I'm off now to try the white box :) Thanks!

  • midnightstarglass

    midnightstarglass said 9 years ago

    thanx for the tips!!

  • AGlimpseofHeaven

    AGlimpseofHeaven said 9 years ago

    This is very helpful thanks!!

  • Buttonear

    Buttonear said 9 years ago

    Thank you for the tips - you have given me some great ideas.

  • GalvezBijoux

    GalvezBijoux said 9 years ago

    Thank you so much for the important information!!

  • clairelueders

    clairelueders said 9 years ago

    Great Article, thanks so much!

  • lyndee495

    lyndee495 said 9 years ago

    Thank you for this info. My pic's need help. I'm going to try the light box and a different background.

  • ShelbyLynnDesigns

    ShelbyLynnDesigns said 9 years ago

    HUGE help...Thank you!

  • moonpics

    moonpics said 9 years ago

    Very useful, thanks so much!

  • princessjewels1

    princessjewels1 said 9 years ago

    Thanks for sharing!!!

  • NewLifeDesigns

    NewLifeDesigns said 9 years ago

    Thanks for the info!!

  • krystalsbykrystallee

    krystalsbykrystallee said 8 years ago

    more great info. thanks

  • Dianahayden

    Dianahayden said 8 years ago

    This was very informative. Thanks

  • surfjewels

    surfjewels said 8 years ago

    Thanks, any tips are useful, it can be tricky photographing jewellery Handmade ethical jewellery: http://surfjewels.webhosting-for-free.com

  • SimplySusanJewelry

    SimplySusanJewelry said 8 years ago

    Tips very much appreciated :)

  • KentwoodKreations

    KentwoodKreations said 8 years ago

    Thanks for sharing your tips.

  • ContagiousCreations

    ContagiousCreations said 8 years ago

    Thank You so much!! This is all such valuable info that I really need to read over and remember. I pu this in my favorites and am for sure coming back to it next time I'm ready to photograph my jewelry.

  • AWEshop

    AWEshop said 8 years ago

    Oh my gosh. I cannot decide if I want to do a white background or a texture/patter background. The examples you give of both are great. I'll have to try both out, I guess. I think because I use a lot of silver, maybe white isn't so great.

  • karla100

    karla100 said 8 years ago

    I am not good with photos and I bought a lightbox, but have no idea how to use it. Is there a how-to for that?

  • AzitasSurprises

    AzitasSurprises said 8 years ago

    thanks for sharing your tips.

  • CreativeArtCenter

    CreativeArtCenter said 8 years ago

    Very nice. Thank you.

  • InSmallSpectacles

    InSmallSpectacles said 8 years ago

    Thanks for the tips-very helpful.

  • jewelsforhope

    jewelsforhope said 8 years ago

    Thanks for the tips, will try them.

  • rls16

    rls16 said 8 years ago

    sorry but that lip ring gives me the creeps.

  • SoapyPleasure

    SoapyPleasure said 8 years ago

    Great tips!! Thank you so much for sharing...

  • maslinda

    maslinda said 8 years ago

    very very usefull info.thank you!

  • underoakstudios

    underoakstudios said 8 years ago

    Thanks! Didn't know to cover the flash. I'll try that one for sure!

  • BelovedDesignsStuff

    BelovedDesignsStuff said 8 years ago

    It was interesting to compare different shots of the same item and the lightbox I love!

  • GaryFrase

    GaryFrase said 8 years ago

    Thanks, I am struggling with my photos and this will help!

  • BigDogLittleDog

    BigDogLittleDog said 8 years ago

    This is so helpful because I am struggling to get really good pictures of the buttons. Thank you.

  • ThreeTwistedTrees

    ThreeTwistedTrees said 8 years ago

    Thanks for the tips. I've been using both natural light and a light box, but have had real problems with when to use/not use a flash. Reflections on either the silver or the gemstones have been a headache. Would never have thought of a tissue to diffuse the light!

  • ArtfoolDesigns

    ArtfoolDesigns said 8 years ago

    So much to learn, thanks.

  • AmaliArt

    AmaliArt said 8 years ago

    Thank you, I'll go make a white box right now :)

  • TinksTreasure

    TinksTreasure said 8 years ago

    Thank you for taking the time to put this out for those of us that really need the help. I appreciate it :)

  • LittleMillieBoutique

    LittleMillieBoutique said 7 years ago

    I really need to use this information! Gotta start with a new camera though:o)

  • gabeadz

    gabeadz said 7 years ago

    Thank you!

  • ayawedding

    ayawedding said 7 years ago

    wonderful share thank you Judit

  • AnOpenHeaven

    AnOpenHeaven said 7 years ago

    I love the white box and various colored backgrounds, great look! Thanks, Marie

  • ArtMind

    ArtMind said 7 years ago

    wow Judit, I only saw this now and it's fab information! You're sich a clever girl! Thanks for sharing! :)

  • Emilynn

    Emilynn said 7 years ago

    Still trying with photos......finding daylight globes work.

  • kReneeDesigns

    kReneeDesigns said 7 years ago

    Thanks for the tips! I have been struggling with my photo-taking.

  • TrueJune

    TrueJune said 7 years ago

    Judit, This is just the tutorial I have been looking for! Thanks for being so clear and encouraging. Who knew we suddenly had to become experts in photography??!!! I'm on my way now!

  • TrueJune

    TrueJune said 7 years ago

    Make that Jutka! Sorry!

  • BeadifferentJewelry

    BeadifferentJewelry said 7 years ago

    Helpful ideas, thank you!

  • MysticStarDesigns

    MysticStarDesigns said 7 years ago

    Excellent tips will try some out thx!

  • skatkat11

    skatkat11 said 7 years ago

    Can't wait to try your tips. Thanks for the clear advice!

  • monkeyfuzz

    monkeyfuzz said 7 years ago

    I've been having trouble getting the up-close images to be anything other than blurry. My stuff wont sell because of the blurry pictures. I have very fine details to my jewelry pieces that i want people to see, but the closer I get, the more blurry it gets.

  • FOXJEWELS

    FOXJEWELS said 7 years ago

    Love all the wonderful ideas and suggestions and the before and afters. It really does help so much Thanks :) Now how to fihure out how to exchange the old phto listed and insert the newer version of phoyo ;)any suggestions still new at this as you can tell LOL Thanks a Bunch !!!

  • stardawndesigns

    stardawndesigns said 7 years ago

    I am definitely going to make my own white box! I had been using small swatches of fabric but they grab lint and get wrinkled so easily. Thanks!

  • daisyberry

    daisyberry said 7 years ago

    Inspirational ^^ Thanks for the wonderful tips!

  • BRHDesigns

    BRHDesigns said 7 years ago

    Thank you for the light box idea! I've tried many backgrounds, and usually end up disappointed, but this one might work for me.

  • LashaBrown

    LashaBrown said 7 years ago

    Excellent tips! I've had issues with flash glare on my photos, but after reading this I retook some pictures and they came out much better.

  • trinityrocks

    trinityrocks said 7 years ago

    Wicked!

  • CharmsCityCompany

    CharmsCityCompany said 7 years ago

    I've been trying some different backgrounds, now I should try some different times of day for natural sunlight. Thanks for the tips.

  • AndreaFuentesDesigns

    AndreaFuentesDesigns said 7 years ago

    good stuff! thanks for the article!

  • DalkullanJewelry

    DalkullanJewelry said 7 years ago

    Thanks for the photo tips!

  • antiquetochic

    antiquetochic said 7 years ago

    Tons of useful information about taking pictures of my jewelry. I need to go make a lightbox now! Thank you for your advice.

  • creationsbyana

    creationsbyana said 7 years ago

    Thank you for your tips. This is one area that I have been struggling with.

  • Colettesboutique

    Colettesboutique said 7 years ago

    Great information. Thank you.

  • contempojewels

    contempojewels said 7 years ago

    Thank you!

  • PoconoPrincessJewels

    PoconoPrincessJewels said 7 years ago

    Thanks for all of the great tips.

  • knottyandnyce

    knottyandnyce said 7 years ago

    Great article. Thanks for all the tips and the great accompanying photos.

  • onthewallusa

    onthewallusa said 7 years ago

    Thanks tons. You just set off a light bulb of ideas to try.

  • chariT

    chariT said 6 years ago

    Thanks so much for sharing! The pictures are beautiful! Going to try out that white box too!! :) Stay beautiful and blessed!!

  • MysticFireJewelry

    MysticFireJewelry said 6 years ago

    Great suggestions! I believe I will give it a go. Thanks so much!

  • Auntdelta

    Auntdelta said 6 years ago

    Great tips and beautifully photographed items.Thanks.

  • storiginals46

    storiginals46 said 6 years ago

    Thanks so much for the great tips!

  • storiginals46

    storiginals46 said 6 years ago

    Thanks so much for the great tips!

  • DestinyAccessory

    DestinyAccessory said 6 years ago

    Thanks - need all the help I can get!!

  • 14sparkle28

    14sparkle28 said 6 years ago

    Do most of you jewelry sellers use macro lenses to get so close? My photos are blurry if I get too close. Not sure if I need to buy a new camera.

  • NeoArtifax

    NeoArtifax said 6 years ago

    really super ideas in this one!

  • SigalFJewelry

    SigalFJewelry said 6 years ago

    Using a light box is a great tip! so far I used a sheet and it's not that comfortable. Thx for the good tips!

  • code11

    code11 said 6 years ago

    Thank you - it's all need to me.

  • yooounique

    yooounique said 6 years ago

    Thank you! It is very useful.

  • albrown54

    albrown54 said 6 years ago

    Thank you, so much! Just in time, too.

  • StoneTones

    StoneTones said 6 years ago

    Great tips! I'm now working on making my own little white box!

  • TreeMarJewelry

    TreeMarJewelry said 6 years ago

    Thank you for the photography information! It will really help me.

  • lovesixties

    lovesixties said 6 years ago

    FAB thanks so much. Have never really got the whole apertures thing relating it to jewelry makes it really easy! Groovy.

  • monistras

    monistras said 6 years ago

    Off to try your tips... tnx

  • ahmusing

    ahmusing said 6 years ago

    Thanks for the article! I am really struggling with pictures for jewelry right now...I hope to improve it with your tips!

  • terracatt

    terracatt said 6 years ago

    Thank you!

  • GemdropsoftheFalls

    GemdropsoftheFalls said 6 years ago

    Wonderful advice. Thank you so much for sharing these tips specifically for us jewelers! :)

  • lilykate3

    lilykate3 said 6 years ago

    I create fused glass jewelry and really enjoyed your article. I have a question: when photographing my jewelry with a point and shoot digital, I'm using the macro setting in a light box with no flash. I'm happy with the results,but when I post the photos online, I would prefer to have the jewelry show as close to the actual size as possible. How do I do that? Thank you!

  • seedal

    seedal said 6 years ago

    thanks I make a lot of jewelry and spend so many hours improving the pics i take i end up not having enough time to list them. Ill try the white box that looks like it might work. the only question I have is how do you photograph jewelry that is sparkly ,like crystals or diamonds and let it show up as beautiful as is really is??

  • fdabbs

    fdabbs said 5 years ago

    Thanks so much for the tips.I will be trying them.

  • Livieslovelies

    Livieslovelies said 5 years ago

    Awesome tips. I guess I will get a good camera with the proceeds of my next sales. Thanks!

  • AgapiGlass

    Gina from AgapiSeaGlass said 5 years ago

    thanks for the great and useful tips!

  • ArtduJourMN

    Judye Fawver from ArtdujourMN said 4 years ago

    Thanks for this great article. I found it very helpful, and appreciated the clarity of your instructions and the examples you included.

  • thewanderingdeer

    Vivika Vaina from TheWanderingDeer said 4 years ago

    I didn't know that tissue trick! Awesome :) Thank you!

  • cynthiahill69

    cynthiahill69 from LightotheMoonSoaps said 4 years ago

    Well, I was hoping you'd talk about photo size for selling. I know what is too big for etsy but don't know what's too small dimensions.

  • inspiredbybecca

    Rebecca Campbell from yogimommi said 4 years ago

    great info! exactly what I was looking for and found it on the first search! thanks so much!

  • Hiliter

    Nancy from LillyBlossomJewelry said 3 years ago

    Great Ideas! Makes you think before you just try to take a picture. Amazing! Thank You

  • bollywoodbabies

    Aay Jay from MerrilyGoRoundnRound said 3 years ago

    thankyou :)

  • Radiantcollection

    ina 'stella' ka from Radiantcollection said 3 years ago

    Thank you. Photography is the most challenging part to jewelry seller(umm...just me)

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