…but still working on those background colors and the lighting, especially for necklace photos. (I want the instant gratification of already knowing how to get a great shot, not just taking a chance. Oh well, trial and error. It takes time to learn from experience, so I’m still a student.)
Below is the kind of instant gratification I want above. Super macro point and click.
The base of a flower arrangement, taken somewhat surreptitiously by candle light, at a recent dinner party.
4 responses to “At last, a few of my own clasps in use…”
VERY nice clasps.
These photos are looking good to me. I love the flower macro shot.
How about a slightly lighter background for the clasps?
I’m NOT a professional photographer. But since I have my little setup ready and waiting, a few lighting adjustments is all I usually need to do the photos. It doesn’t take that much time, but would if I had to set it all up every time.
Thanks for the feedback. I always appreciate it. You make a good point about having a photography set up ready and waiting. I do have to set mine up every time and I like natural light the best, so I try to pick my days. But with leaves coming out and the sun angle changing, my set ups and opportunities are always changing.
gorgeous clasps! beautiful finished necklaces…are they going to local galleries?
I will probably save a few of them for Alone Moose Gallery in Bar Harbor. (http://finemainecrafts.com/gallery.html)
They open sooner than I think! But I need to refresh my Etsy shop too…