Jewellery photography / (bijou photos)
Intricate - such are both the jewellery products and the jewellery photos we take. We bring each jewellery photo to perfection - so that they can present themselves perfectly on a website or in a catalogue. It doesn't matter whether the jewellery is gold or silver - it has few stones or relatively many!
We take jewellery pictures both in the form of packshots (on a white background), in arrangements (advertising compositions) and on models. In our portfolio you can find pictures of rings, necklaces, earrings bracelets, watches and many other jewellery products.
If you are interested in professional photo sessions for a beautiful product such as jewellery, feel free to contact us!
Jewellery photography is a speciality of product photography that focuses on photographing jewellery and other precious objects. Jewellery photographers use special techniques and tools to capture the details and beauty of jewellery, such as the brilliance of the products or the delicate patterns of the ornament.
To get good jewellery photos, you need the right setting and lighting. Special jewellery photography tables are usually used to provide the perfect lighting and background. Jewellery photographers also use various filters and techniques to remove reflections and shadows that can distort the image. Jewellery photography is often used for advertising and marketing purposes and to document jewellery collections and pieces. Photographing well-made jewellery can help promote a brand and increase jewellery sales.
Jewellery photography is one of the most difficult types of product photography due to the fact that jewellery is often very small and has many small details that need to be captured in a photograph. In addition, jewellery is often made of different materials, such as gold, silver, diamonds, pearls, precious and semi-precious stones, and each of these materials has its own reflective properties that require a special approach to lighting.
Correct lighting is important when photographing jewellery. Many jewellery photographers use flash and other special light sources to control the intensity and direction of the light to bring out the beauty and detail of the jewellery. It is also important to use the right tools and image manipulation techniques in jewellery photography.
Jewellery photography can be divided into several categories depending on the purpose of the photograph and the type of jewellery.
Here are some of the categories into which jewellery photography can be divided:
1. Commercial photography - to advertise jewellery in an online shop or catalogue.
2. Catalogue photography - to create a jewellery catalogue or product guide.
3. Artistic Photography - to create a unique jewellery display using unusual photographic techniques and concepts.
4. Product Photography - to present jewellery in the best light, paying attention to detail and technical features.
5. Portrait photography - to present the jewellery against a model's background, to show how the jewellery looks in real life.
However, it is important to remember that many categories can merge, and jewellery photographers often use a variety of techniques and styles to provide clients with unique images.
Jewellery photography prices can vary depending on a number of factors, such as the experience and skills of the photographer, the location, the number and type of objects photographed, how the images will be used (e.g. publication in a catalogue) , website, social media, etc.) and the time it takes to complete the project. Depending on these factors, the price of jewellery photography can range from several hundred to several thousand zlotys per photo shoot. However, it is worth remembering that the price does not always reflect the quality of the service, so you should carefully read the photographer's portfolio and ask for recommendations before making a decision.