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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

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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:

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

  4. Profile photo of jose paredes

    Great course

    If you like to learn different techniques for retouch and focus stacking techniques, this course is the right decision.

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