Hey guys, Just getting into this genre, as per the request of my mother who wants photos of her jewelry for insurance purposes as well as for use in future sales of said items. Here's what I'm working with...DIY lightbox with 3 clamp lights. These are some shots I took to sell my Sony P&S... How are these, so far? I found it hard to not blow out the corners of the black camera body...how could I fix this when shooting? Move the lights a bit further away? Shoot underexposed a bit? Next, when shooting jewelry, the first couple shots I did of some rings were TERRIBLY out of focus. The kit lens just won't focus on something that small well enough. Any suggestions for a good macro attachment? (I'm unemployed so my budget is VERY limited) And last, when shooting rings and necklaces, how do you pose them? I've seen shots on (example) QVC online and they have the rings propped up at an angle, but you don't see what they used to prop it up, like a ghost is holding it. I'm lost how to get that look. I can photoshop out something if need be, but I'd like to get it right in camera first. Thanks for your help!