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Jewelry Tabletop Photography + post-production

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In this course, you will learn how to take mind-blowing pictures of a gemstone jewelry. We used a simple lighting to achieve outstanding results.

With the techniques from this course, you can use any lighting, from not expensive speedlites to a State-Of-The-Art Broncolor and get the same results. Everything is in the technique, and you will learn it in this course.

On a post-production part, you will learn a unique technique on polishing rough metal on jewelry (never shown before) as well as dust cleaning and finishing a  jewelry images to the highest industry standards .

Instructors: Alex Koloskov and Genia Larionova

About the Course

This course is for you, if you:

  • Photographer looking to expand your business offerings to jewelry makers
  • Part of a jewelry making business that looking to teach own grew members to take jewelry photos with a minimal investment in gear.
  • Hobbyist that going to have fun taking pictures of jewelry and gemstones

SIGNUP FOR THE COURSE

Single Payment (save 10%)

$225.00 Add to cart

3 Month Payments

$82.50 / month for 3 months Sign Up Now

Bundle Deal (buy 2 parts and save 20%)

Smart Choice

Save 20% when you buy 2 parts of this course:

Workshop with a model and Jewelry tabletop courses, and we’ll take off 1/5th of a combined cost 

Single Payment

$392.00 Add to cart

3 Month Split Payment

$132.00 / month for 3 months Sign Up Now

Course Breakdown:

Total Running Time:  5.2 hours

Level:  Advanced

  • Introduction and a ring shot

    Why we did not use a photography cone and the ring shot – first lesson

  • Fire Opal Pendant shot

    Similar to a ring shot, we worked with a pendant on this lesson

  • Earrings shot

    Making it super easy to shoot earrings on this lesson

  • Pendant - 2nd shot

    Another way to shoot necklaces and pendants

  • Bonus: Medium Format v.s 35mm Sensor, or why to focus stack jewelry images?

    I put together a 42Mpx 35mm sensor on Sony a7RII against a medium format 39Mpx sensor on Hasselblad H3DII-39 camera and explored image quality and DOF  ad F8-F35 aperture settings.

  • Bonus, part 2: Continue exploring image quality on medium format v.s 35mm cameras

    More on this topic – and a conclusion. With hi-res downloadable  images examples from this test for you to do your own conclusion.

  • Post-Production, The Ring part 1

    Genia Larionova explaining this magic :-)

  • Post-Production, The Ring part 2

  • Post-Production, The Ring part 3

  • Post-Production, Earrings, part 1

  • Post-Production, Earrings, part 2

  • Post-Production, Pendant, part 1

  • Post-Production, Pendant, part 2

  • Post-Production, Pendant, part 3

Before and After Post-Production:

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FAQ:

Can I download all videos from this course and watch them offline?

Yes, all videos and other files are available for download. There is a list of links on “Downloads” lessons of the course

Is there is a way to ask instructor questions? To show my own work and get a feedback?

Yes, there you can ask instructor questions and get a feedback on your own work. We have a support forum for this course where you can ask questions and get answers and feedback from your instructor

Final Images you'll be able to make yourself

Jewelry Tabletop Photography course + post-production
Jewelry Tabletop Photography course + post-production
Jewelry Tabletop Photography course + post-production

SIGNUP FOR THE COURSE

Single Payment (save 10%)

$225.00 Add to cart

3 Month Payments

$82.50 / month for 3 months Sign Up Now

Course Curriculum

Shooting
Jewelry Tabletop the Ring Shot 00:31:00
Jewelry Tabletop the Earrings Shot 00:09:00
Jewelry Tabletop the Necklace Shot 00:09:00
Jewelry Tabletop the Necklace Shot 2 00:10:00
Bonus
Best Lens and camera for Jewelry: DOF Research (bonus, part 1) 00:15:00
Best Lens and camera for Jewelry: DOF Research (bonus, part 2) 00:14:00
Post-Production
JEWELRY TABLETOP THE RING SHOT – PP1 00:44:00
Jewelry Tabletop -The Ring Shot, PP – 2 00:41:00
JEWELRY TABLETOP THE RING SHOT – PP3 00:22:00
Jewelry Tabletop The Earrings Shot – PP 1 00:41:00
JEWELRY TABLETOP THE EARRINGS SHOT – PP2 00:14:00
JEWELRY TABLETOP THE NECKLACE SHOT – PP1 00:08:00
JEWELRY TABLETOP THE NECKLACE SHOT – PP2 01:05:00
JEWELRY TABLETOP THE NECKLACE SHOT – PP3 00:23:00

Course Reviews

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  1. Profile photo of Kelly Klose

    Excellent Course

    The information provided in this course in excellent! A must watch for serious jewelry photographers!

  2. Profile photo of Roman Sapronov

    Great as always!

    Learned a lot’s of new Photoshop techniques.

  3. Profile photo of Emmanuel Ornelas

    GOOD COURSE

    Practical ideas to apply

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