Yesterday was absolutely gorgeous! The sun was nice, bright and warm. PERFECT photo weather! Of course I took advantage of it. I now have about two weeks worth of product photos to edit and I couldn’t be happier.
I edited the Juxtapose Necklaces first, because I was excited to see them. I was so happy with the final close up photos that I just had to share some of them! They feel sorta dramatic to me. Kinda personal too. I’m thinking of printing off the top one to hang in my sewing room, as a colorful reminder of where I started.
Fun Fact: One of my favorite things is taking macro or up close photos. I love being able to capture detail that sometimes the naked eye can’t even see. I seriously prefer it over the everyday, real world around me photos. I wonder what that says about me?
If anyone is interested, all of these necklaces have been added to the shop, or were already in the shop but have updated photos now!
This past weekend my baby brother and sister came up to visit, and to help out with some product photos. We were originally going to take picture in the neighborhood, but there was just too much construction. So instead we headed to Frederick since there is an abundance of places to take photos there. Plus there’s loads of restaurants to eat at!!
After lunch we ended up at Culler Lake, which is kinda part of Baker Park. It’s a cute little lake with ducks and all. It was perfect for taking pictures! CT and my brother were able to play and my husband was able to hang out on a bench.
My adorable sister Cori was really awesome about taking so many pictures too! Seriously, I took A LOT of photos!!
Funny thing, I have been making jewelry for almost 10 years, and somehow this is the first time I’ve ever taken pictures of my jewelry on a real live person!!! How weird is that? I’m pretty new to portraits where the jewelry is the main focus and not the person, and I’m not too sure about how they came out. I’m very happy with my sister in the shots, but I don’t think I did well focusing on the jewelry. I guess I’ll get better with lighting, composition and all the more I try?
Anyone have some pointers?
I’ve been adding a bunch of items to the Etsy shop this past week… Necklaces, Earrings, Brooches, Pillows, Blythe Accessories and MORE!
I found that I like the gray background way better than the white or wood grain. I think I’ll stick with it. What do you think?
I was finally able to get around to updating a few more items in the Etsy Shop! Some New Pillows, Trapezoid Necklaces, Little Houses, Hand Cast Plastic Supplies and more!!