I loved shooting for Tammy of The Jewel Princess this year. I photographed several pieces from her line, which are available on their website. Pictured above are photos of a very special ring – Tammy’s own! This engagement ring is absolutely stunning, with a lavender sapphire as the center stone, and paraiba tourmaline and diamond accents.
Here are a couple views from the photo shoot we did for Consider The Wldflwrs’ sample bridal line. Each ring was photographed at 4 different angles, perfect for ecommerce, and then rendered (in photoshop) in each of the three colors of gold. This gave the client a total of 12 images of each design. The image below shows the through-finger view of each of the rings.
My most recent photo shoot for DeBella Fine Gems & Jewelry Arts included several lovely estate mens bands. In addition to creating exquisite one-of-a-kind custom pieces, DeBella buys and sells estate jewelry from their showroom in Santa Fe, NM. The bands above are from Piaget and Cartier, and include fun spinners and rolling sets.
A custom engagement ring also tagged along to the shoot. There’s something about a round center stone in a cushion shaped halo that looks so lovely, right? I just love the style.
Another bridal project for Ann Elizabeth Jewelry in the books. This time, it was this 6 prong solitaire with channel band, a double row eternity band, and a milgrain-ed wedding set (not pictured). The group shots I do for AE are always compilations of individual shots, allowing Ann to showcase each ring individually, but also display them as a set. In the photo above, the channel band was actually shot separately laying down. I took that photo and tilted it upright so that it appears as though it’s resting against the solitaire.
Ann, the lovely and talented designer of Ann Elizabeth Jewelry, stopped by with another beautifully crafted engagement ring, this time featuring an oval center with a halo. I typically shoot 2-3 angles of each ring for Ann and then compile them into these multi-view shots, allowing the viewer to get a good perspective of the center stone, side stones, and gallery/prong details.