The Jewelry photo editor aims to make jewelry look good through the process of retouching images of jewelry. From removing dust on a ring to making a necklace shine, the team makes sure your jewelry shines out the way it’s supposed to using light and color correction tools. Here quick tips for jewelry retouching guide.

  • Make sure you have a clean background
  • Lighting: Studio lighting can be extreme so, you want to adjust the lighting in a way that the jewelry’s shine won’t be affected by light bouncing back or other factors.
  • Lighting: Studio lighting can be extreme so, you want to adjust the lighting in a way that the jewelry’s shine won’t be affected by light bouncing back or other factors.
  • Use a good camera
  • After taking the photo, you will notice that the jewelry still looks raw with a few parts that can be cleaned up through editing.
  • Shooting jewelry won’t give you the ideal image that you are looking for because of the environment used to shoot in.
  • This is where retouching comes in.
  • Making the background plain white will keep the focus on the jewelry.
  • Separating the jewelry from the background is critical to make the image stand out.
  • Even the best cleaning efforts won’t guarantee that the jewelry will look its best in photos.

Looking at jewelry with the human eye and seeing the object in person is one thing but, the viewer’s perspective changes when they only see an image of the jewelry and not the jewelry itself. Impurities such as dust marks and fingerprints would be visible.

 

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