Jewelry Design with Scotchbonnet!: Creative Product Photography
Beginner | 14 min 16 sec
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Handcrafted jewelry deserves to be beautifully presented, which is why Tracey-Renee Hubbard, designer behind the jewelry brand Scotchbonnet!, created this class. Whether you’re documenting your work to share with friends or marketing your products for sale, Tracey-Renee shows you how to choose props and consider placement, proportion, and composition to best highlight your pieces. Using her tested methods, you'll learn how to create gorgeous images - right on your cell phone - that you can use for social media, email newsletters, or your online store.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Finished jewelry or small products to photograph
  • Background / backdrops like large pieces of foam board
  • Risers - Tracey-Renee uses pieces of painted plywood,
  • Small flat objects like rolls of tape and/or little dishes to help create height
  • Props: fun items that complement your products and the raw materials used to create your products
  • Cell phone
  • A source of natural light
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Learn how to:
  • Style your products and take flatlay photos that reflect your aesthetic
  • Choose props
  • Consider the placement, proportion and composition of your props and products
  • Create a bit of extra height in your product displays
  • Use household items to show off the personality of your products

What you'll get:
  • An easy-to-follow lesson on how to take product photography
  • 3 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supply list 
  • Step-by-step expert instruction from designer Tracey-Renee Hubbard of Scotchbonnet! 
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions and interact with other students
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Class Reviews
35 users recommended this class to a friend
Christina Galindo
Lots of great and unique ideas presented! Inspiring!
December 29, 2022
Ambrin Latif
Fun class!
More than 3 months ago
Shannon Long
I was surprised that adding elements showing the production of the item adds to the quality of the item!
More than 3 months ago