JEWELLERY PHOTO EDITING
Have you ever wondered why your jewelry catalogue is not successful? Whether you have an online store or a land based boutique, the catalogue and the presentation of products make the difference. Clients would want to examine every little aspect of what they are about to buy, and this is why the catalogues must look perfectly. With the Jewelry Photo Editing and Retouching techniques known only by our experienced Photoshop specialists, your merchandise would look perfectly, convincing even the Hollywood starts to buy them!
It was proven by studies that the most successful jewelries catalogues are those in which the photos are made from close distance, photos that highlight even the smallest detail about the respective piece. We have the artists that can use retouching techniques to make those look absolutely incredible.
At our company, we like to consider our designers as being artists, not simple technical executors. When it comes to jewelries, the editors need to have the feeling of beauty, and to imagine how jewelries can be improved. It might sound like a simple task that can be done by the most inexperienced Photoshop user, but let us tell you what Jewelry Photo Retouching really means:
- Specific Requirements – do you want to highlight the beauty of white gold? Or you want to show the shiny diamonds on a ring? It is all about giving a superior look to jewelries, and our artists are able to understand the needs of clients, and to put those into practice
- Background services – some might not even realize the importance of background when it comes to jewelry presentation. Just imagine how white gold would look on a …white background. Our designers are able to imagine and t implement the best background for photos of jewelries, making sure that all the Beautiful details are highlighted.
- Removal and enhancement – maybe you don’t want an unpleasant bump on your jewelries to be seen, or maybe you want to change the color of some precious stones, to make those more attractive. Well, this can be done with ease, if you tell us your ideas, with the best Jewelry Photo Editing and Retouching Services that you can dream about.
- Clipping paths are commonly used by graphic artists in creating cutout images that may be further edited in layers, so they can come up with more interesting and purposeful images. There are many ways to do this and one of the most popular programs used is InDesign. Using this software alone, you can choose between two methods to create an outline or a clipping path for edit. Without a clipping path set up, InDesign will automatically assign a square clipping path or outline on the outermost edges of your subject.
InDesign will be able to detect previously set clipping path directions using other photo editing programs and you will be able to work on your image straight away. To do this, modify your edge settings and set to “same as clipping”. If you are using a newer version of InDesign, however, look for the “detect edges” setting and select it to establish an alpha channel and your image’s clipping path. Then, select your image’s edge threshold and modify according to your preference. The higher value you assign, the more pronounced your object’s edges would be. You can also set the threshold such that pixels would be transparent.
You may also create cutouts on your image or modify it using your threshold settings. To do this, choose the “include inside edges” option to create a layer over a background area, where you can overlap the image you are working on. You may also simply set up your own clipping path manually by creating a “user-modified path”. This is done by using tools that will help you draw freeform outlines, depending on the kind of outcome you want to envision your image in. This is an ideal technique in creating inside edges.
Edge tolerance for your image’s clipping path may also be set using InDesign. The tolerance values will establish how close your lines will be at the image’s edges. The higher the value, the flatter or more seamless your clipping path would be. However, using higher values means that it will be more difficult to determine anchor points that you can use to adjust the clipping path. Some graphic artists and designers prefer to assign lower values and simply edit or modify the edges to polish them, whereas some prefer to come up right away with smooth edges using the tolerance values. To change or adjust the tolerance, open the corresponding box and type in positive (+) values if you want to increase it and negative (-) values to minimize it. The good thing about InDesign is that you can re-modify your existing and imported objects’ clipping paths repeatedly until you are satisfied with them.