Ararat Jewelers would like to feature our favorite pieces (on our website & social media) we’ve designed throughout the years. These are the pieces we designed for YOU over our 35+ years of business in the jewelry industry. As a thank you to our customers who take the time to submit photos to us, you will receive 20% off any piece of jewelry available on our website.

Tips for Photographing  your Jewelry

Try to use Natural Light

Make the most of natural light when taking photos of your jewelry. The best photos will be when you take them in soft diffused light, so avoid taking photos in direct sunlight. Set up near a window, where a nice amount of natural light will be shining through. Avoid taking photos in the late day as there won’t be enough light to create a crisp image and will result in out of focus image.

Use Simple Backgrounds

Your piece of jewelry is the gem of the photo, so try not to overcomplicate the background. Take a minimal approach, using simple backgrounds such as a marble tabletop.

Pay Attention to Focus and Zoom

If possible avoid using the zoom on your photos, it can lower the quality and take your jewelry out of focus. Also, blurry photos are a common occurrence, on most smartphones you can tap the screen to focus on an area you want to be in focus.

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Tips for Photographing  your Jewelry

Pay Attention to Focus and Zoom

If possible avoid using the zoom on your photos, it can lower the quality and take your jewelry out of focus. Also, blurry photos are a common occurrence, on most smartphones you can tap the screen to focus on an area you want to be in focus.

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Use Simple Backgrounds

Your piece of jewelry is the gem of the photo, so try not to overcomplicate the background. Take a minimal approach, using simple backgrounds such as a marble tabletop.

Try to use Natural Light

Make the most of natural light when taking photos of your jewelry. The best photos will be when you take them in soft diffused light, so avoid taking photos in direct sunlight. Set up near a window, where a nice amount of natural light will be shining through. Avoid taking photos in the late day as there won’t be enough light to create a crisp image and will result in out of focus image.