jewelry photography and photoshop retouching

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    upload_2018-11-1_17-9-16.png ^^


     
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    In my humble opinion, the dark backgrounds are much better than the pure white. The dark helps to bring out the colors inherent in the jewelry much better than the pure white. It also makes it look beautiful in a "Natural setting" than the pure white.
     
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    All of your Jewelry products looks eye-catching. A good job is done.
     
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    Good composure overall. The pearls with the long shadows works well, the cats against the cloth was ok, but the change int eh color and texture along with line flow kinda twisted the image a bit for me.
    The use of the soft boxes I am assuming you are doing. The soft boxes and muted light works well with reflective surfaces.

    The earrings with the high bokeh, if they are intended to be separate photos with one in focus (say the necklaces), the second in focus and then a third to emphasize the collection is what I am assuming you were doing.

    The ice skates work well with the ice block, the snowflake though did seem a bit lost.

    The dangle earrings on the curved platform is very nice! Well done.


    I do like the work.

    I would say try some diff. backgrounds of texture and patterns with flow to emphasize the work itself.
    Nicely done.
     

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