Experimental photo in HDR High Dynamic Range (three photos with different F stops combined). Conclusion: not that great for showing the jewellery really, so I will stick to conventional single shots in future for this type of work. At least it looks quite interesting!
1ct brilliant cut ruby engagement ring with brilliant cut diamonds in a 18ct yellow gold setting.
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I know that this doesn't show off the ring particuarly well .. but I liked the darkness of the central stone. Emerald cut sapphire and diamond engagement ring I photographed for our bespoke jewellery portfolio and website.
A shot designed to entice you after dark! Amethyst cushion and pear shaped blue topaz ring handmade in 18ct white gold. I photographed this for the front of our 2006 jewellery brochure and website. Made in our Singapore workshop.
A bespoke diamond tennis bracelet I photographed for our website. 61 brilliant cut VS, G coloured diamonds claw set in 18ct white gold. 3cts in total.
This elegant piece of jewellery is reputed to be named after an incident in 1987 when tennis star Chris Evert lost her diamond line bracelet during the U.S. Open. The game was halted as she searched the court for the missing bracelet. Our tennis bracelets have safety clasps to prevent such a thing happening to you!