Jewellery has the power to be this one little thing that can make you feel unique.Jewellery is like the perfect spice; it always compliments what’s already there. Who doesn’t like jewellery? From young to old, everyone likes jewellery that makes them beautiful. Besides being a woman’s first love, jewels continue to be a good investment for parents to give their daughters as a sign of love that will save them in times of financial crisis of any kind. Jewellery includes gemstones such as necklaces, earrings, bangles and pendants. Such ornaments are made of various objects or metals such as gold, silver, diamonds, pearls, precious stones, white gold, etc… Jewellery photography is one of the creative arts of photography. It requires a lot of patience to reflect quality results.
Sparkling: The sparkle of gold. The shimmer of pearls. The glimmer of diamond.
Pearl and emerald jewellery: A string of pearls is a timeless gift for a loved one.
The chapter “Trinkets’’ portrays jewellery photography. Jewellery is very auspicious and is worn by the women at any time of the day. Some wear it in the daytime while some in the evening when they go for functions. Here, in this chapter jewellery photography is portrayed in the evening feel.
Eye striking: how good you can look with a greenery necklace around your neck.
Admiring: When you wear diamond jewellery, you look so lovely.
Jewelleries look more attractive on women rather than seen separately. Here, I had taken jewellery photography where the model had worn the jewellery. It indeed made the entire appearance glamorous and increased the attention. The colour and the mood created here, speaks out the importance jewelleries give to a woman while she wears it.
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