The Art Jewelry Photography Studio


So what's this "non-rushed & relaxed environment" all about?


Many photographers subject their clients to a click-next-click-next, time is $, rushed-out-the-door experience.

The lighting is usually the same for every shot, leaving many pieces looking flat and uninteresting.

They may show one shot to the client, but with no other photographs to compare with,
the client is left with only that one "choice".

 

Although I can work at a faster pace when necessary,
I find it beneficial for both me and the artist to take as much time as each piece requires.

The main goal for both of us is to photograph each piece at its best.
Consequently this may require changes in lighting and shadow,
positioning, and / or camera angle for each work.
A large computer monitor will help us to see the images as they are shot and when
we compare and discuss which works best.

Artist - Susan Kasson Sloan

Art Jewelry by Susan Kasson Sloan Photographed by Art Jewelry Photographer Steven Brian Samuels Art Jewelry by Susan Kasson Sloan Photographed by Art Jewelry Photographer Steven Brian SamuelsArt Jewelry by Susan Kasson Sloan Photographed by Art Jewelry Photographer Steven Brian SamuelsArt Jewelry by Susan Kasson Sloan Photographed by Art Jewelry Photographer Steven Brian Samuels