What a special ring this is. Set with pearls all around the perimeter & a lavender spinel in the center, this stunner by Adam Neeley Fine Jewelry was certainly a memorable piece.
Here are a couple lovely rings from my last photo shoot with Goldhaus & Alexander. I loved the beautiful greens against a dark background.
I just finished shooting this batch of images for my dear friend and lovely designer, Amanda Bilberry. In addition to shooting a ring and a couple pendants, she had me shoot some super cool loose diamonds which she had custom cut from rough. It was especially neat to see the different shapes, colors, and clarity grades all next to each other.
Here are some photos from another recent shoot for Adam Neeley Fine Jewelry. The necklace was photographed in front of a black acrylic board to achieve the solid black setting. The tanzanite ring was photographed in a black gradient setup (a black acrylic board with mostly back lighting and less side/front lighting). To achieve two angles of the same ring in a shot like this, I set up my camera and kept it in place while I first photographed the ring laying down on the left side of the frame, then moved it to a standing position on the right side of the frame. Then I layered the two images in Photoshop and so that they appear to be next to each other in one image. This is a much more complicated process than doing something similar on a white background, but I like the effect.