I have experimented with taking pictures and have repeatedly successfully failed. Can I say successfully and failed in one breath? Recently, I came across a blog post for adding and helping with lighting. Forgive me, but I can't remember where I read this information. But the writer talked and of course photographed, how to take a better picture. This person wrapped aluminum foil over some card board and used this to reflect the sun light from a window back onto the piece of jewelry. It was so beautiful and the shadows disappeared. So I tried it. I'm not sure what to think about my results, but I'll comment the best I can under each picture.
Here's my experimental photography setup. I use a cheapo Samsung camera with maybe 8 Mega Pixels. No I don't know what a mega pixel is, but apparently the more your camera has the more the detail in the picture. I paid about $69 for it at Walmart.
And yes, my window seat really needs to have a cushion. Later!
I have to admit the reflection on the wire is awesome! Not to mention the new white embossed scrap book paper is really lovely.
More great metal reflection and more new scrap book paper. I love the writing on the back ground, but question if it is distracting from the bracelet.
The metal reflection is still terrific, but even though I love this paper I think it might be a bit busy for jewelry photos.
And this is an OLD picture that I took when I made the bracelet. It does not have the aluminum foil reflector panels. Not bad, and not that much difference. I think most people wouldn't notice the difference,. However, I do like the increased reflective quality of the pictures taken with the aluminum foil.
Always experimenting here in the lab, err, I mean studio.
Thank you for visiting and reading my blog. Have a joy filled and prosperous day! ~ Linda