360 Hanging Necklace Photography: 360 Product View Example
If you’re looking to photograph jewelry in a 360 view, you’ve come to the right place. Iconasys offers 360 jewelry photography solutions, from piecemeal to fully integrated software controlled systems that will automate the 360 product view creation workflow. Our photography systems are designed to enable users of any skill level to create professional quality 360 product images in just minutes. This example of 360 Hanging Necklace Photography communicates functionality available when working with an Iconasys 360 Photography Turntable. The 360 Hanging Kit attachment allows users to easily hang items that otherwise wouldn’t sit upright on a turntable surface.
360 Jewelry Photography Specs
Total Time to Create 360 Hanging Necklace Photography: ~6 minutes
Frame Count: 48 frames/360 rotation (1 capture every 7.5 degrees)
Zoom Level: No zoom included in this example
Lighting Used: LumiCube 360 Jewelry Photography Light Box
Turntable Used: Silver 360 Jewelry Photography Turntable (placed on top of the LumiCube Light Box in an upside down position)
Software Used: Shutter Stream 360 Product Photography + Video Software
Accessory Used: 360 Jewelry Photography Hanging Kit
Camera/Lens Used: Canon EOS M50 with Canon 22mm EF-M Lens
How we Created this 360 Hanging Necklace Photography
The process for creating this 360 Hanging Necklace Photography example was straight forward using the Shutter Stream 360 + Video Software. First, we connected the Silver 360 Jewelry Photography Turntable on top of the LumiCube 360 Light Box in an upside down position. This allows the stem of the Jewelry Turntable to be accessible from the inside of the studio (through the top down door) – in which we can connect the 360 Jewelry Photography Hanging Kit to the stem (magnet mount). We used the black background inside the LumiCube to achieve the black background effect on the image (this can also easily be shot on pure white background). After placing the necklace on the hanging kit and securing it to the top down turntable stem, we optimized light settings. We used the warm light option (3,200K) with the bottom light on to achieve better color accuracy on the gold. We then got started with the 360 product image capture process – capturing 48 images over the 360 rotation (and added a image capture pre-delay of 4 seconds to ensure the necklace wasn’t swinging (after turntable start and stop) during capture.
After the 360 image capture process was complete (images auto-upload after capture), we then entered the image editing area within the software in which we made a slight color adjustment, enhanced sharpness and added contrast via the Levels Tool. The last step was to compose the 360 view into an interactive HTML5.
Questions about 360 Jewelry Photography? Please contact us and we’ll be happy to assist.