360 Jewelry Animation: Rose Gold Ring

If you are looking to easily create 360 Jewelry Animations in-house, Iconasys has you covered. Our line of 360 Jewelry Animation Turntables, Software and Light Box’s enable users of any skill level to create web-ready results in just minutes. All solutions are software controlled using the Shutter Stream 360 Product Photography + Video Software – which controls the entire 360 jewelry image creation process, from image composition and capture to editing, processing and 360 product view creation. Learn more about how we shot the 360 Jewelry Animation below:

360 Jewelry Animation Specs

Total Process Time to Create 360 Jewelry Animation: ~6 minutes

Frame Count: 72 frames/360 rotation (1 capture every 5 degrees)

Zoom Level: No zoom included in this example

Lighting Used: LumiCube 360 Jewelry Photography Light Box

Turntable Used: N/A: The LumiCube 360 Light Box has a built in turntable

Software Used: Shutter Stream 360 Product Photography + Video Software

Accessory Used: N/A

Camera/Lens Used: Canon EOS M50 with Canon 100mm f/2.8 USM Lens (+ EF to RF Lens Adapter)

How to Create 360 Jewelry Spin Photography Example

This rose gold ring was shot in the LumiCube 360 Jewelry Photography Light Box and is composed using 72 frames. The process of capturing the 360 jewelry animation image set was automated via Shutter Stream 360 Product Photography + Video Software – with the software controlling both built in turntable and camera to capture images in a turn, stop, snap workflow.

When composing the image, we used the large real time preview within the software – to ensure we could create the iamge quality we desired. While in real time preview, we first adjusted the LumiCube 360 lighting settings (color temperature + intensity). The lighting settings used were:

Back Lighting: Full Intensity
Top Left Lighting: ~10% Intensity
Top Right Lighting: ~10% Intensity
Cold Lighting: Off
Neutral Lighting: On
Warm Lighting: On

The camera used to photograph this was the Canon EOS M50 camera with Canon 100mm Macro Lens. We set the camera back about 18″ from the ring to achieve an ample depth of field. The camera settings used in this 360 Jewelry Animation example were set as follows:

Shutter Speed: 1/80
: 11
White Balance: Color Temperature (set to 5200K)
ISO: 100
Lens Focus Mode: AF (however overridden by the software to use a single, manually set focal point)

After optimizing the lighting and camera settings, the front doors on the LumiCube 360 Light Box were partially closed – leaving a 2″ gap to shoot through. Hitting start in the software automated the capture process of the 72 images – and as they were captured, they were uploaded into the software. After capture was complete, we did batch image editing on the set of images (including adjusting background to pure white, making a small color correction and increasing sharpness slightly). Our last step was to customize and define the 360 jewelry animation output settings. The end result, a professional grade 360 jewelry animation on a pure white background.

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