Five Ways to Retouch Jewelry Photos on a Budget


Jewelry stores and websites often use retouching services to showcase their products in the best light possible, but if you don’t have thousands of dollars to spend on photoshop-level jewelry retouching, what can you do? Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to get your product looking its best without breaking the bank. Take a look at these five tips for retouching your jewelry photos on the cheap.


Tips for Cleaner Backgrounds

  1. Use a darker background that is close in color or tone to your product.
  2. Stand your product up against the wall, making sure there are no other objects in the photo that are blocking the background and causing distraction.
  3. Place your camera at eye-level for an overall clean look of the photo with no distracting backgrounds behind it.


Use Light Sparingly

When you take your photos, make sure you have plenty of natural light. This will allow the colors in your photo to come out beautifully and won’t require too much photoshop work. If you are in an area where there is not enough natural light, turn on all the lights and use daylight bulbs for even lighting throughout the room. If you have time before taking photos, set up some mirrors with white sheets for reflecting light onto your jewelry.


Get Pro Editing Tools at Low Prices

It can be hard for jewelry stores and websites to showcase their products in the best light possible without spending thousands of dollars. Fortunately, there are some free or low-cost ways to get pro editing tools at prices that won't break the bank.


Use a Colored Background

If you’re like me and not privy to the Photoshop world, it may take some time to learn how to retouch photos. Luckily, there are some great resources out there that can help with this process. For example, Adobe offers an online training course called Photoshop Basics. It’s a six-week course that is perfect for beginners and teaches everything from basic photo editing skills all the way up to more advanced topics like color correction and retouching images.


Capture Your Best Shots

If you have a camera, it should be the first thing you grab when looking for ways to retouch jewelry photos. Digital cameras often come with built-in filters that can soften or enhance your shots. For example, if you want the center of your photo to be in focus while blurring out the background, set your camera’s aperture to f/2.8 and adjust the shutter speed until it is at or near 1/100th of a second.


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