In is workshop-based course we will explain a difference in lighting for large gemstone jewelry and glossy metal and demonstrate how to create a dramatic image of a jewelry pendant.
You also will learn the secrets of jewelry post-production in Adobe Photoshop.
This course is for you, if you...
How to setup lighting for various types of jewelry.
We’ll cover a difference in lighting for large gemstone jewelry, glossy metal, and everything in between.
Easiest way to take beautiful images of jewelry.
It’s not always necessary to use the most expensive lighting or professional light modifiers to create stunning jewelry images. Alex will show you the shortcuts and DIY “money-saving” solutions.
Secrets of retouching jewelry images.
Because of the specifics of jewelry photography (extreme macro), retouching is an essential part of the process and our expert will teach you the secrets of post-production for jewelry.
Course includes 2 hours 48 minutes of instruction in 3 video lessons
In this jewelry photography webinar hosted by Alex, viewers are introduced to the setup and techniques for capturing captivating jewelry images. Alex demonstrates the use of a versatile metal arm that allows 3D-like movements for the jewelry.
Duration: 1 hour 22 minutes
Post-Production, Part 1
In this video, Genia demonstrates her process of retouching a brown necklace with glass stones or inexpensive gemstones. She uses Adobe Camera Raw Converter to adjust the image. Genia applies changes like increasing clarity, vibrance, and saturation to enhance the necklace's appearance.
Post-Production, Part 2
In this video, Genia continues to work on retouching a brown necklace with various stones. She starts by creating a new empty layer filled with a brown color to fix different colors in the necklace. Using blending modes and black masks, she removes unwanted colors, like green and pink, to create a more harmonious appearance.
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Work of Alex Koloskov and Genia Larionova
BEFORE and AFTER:
Founder of Photigy
Alex is one of the world's best commercial advertising photographers, co-founder, and teacher at Photigy.com