360 Necklace Photography on Black Background
360 Necklace Photography Specs
Total Process Time to Create Web-ready 360 Necklace Photography: ~6.5 minutes
Frame Count: 72 frames/360 rotation (1 capture every 5 degrees)
Zoom Level: 2.75X zoom
Total File Size/Output Size: 3.56MB (72 frames at 750 x 750 px). Images were shot at 2031 x 2031 pixels (used pre-crop tool to define a perfect square during Live View Image Composition), we then resized the 360 product image set during output to 750 x 750 pixels. We composed the 360 View at 750 x 750 pixels while including 2031 x 2031 pixels image set for zoom.
Lighting Used: 1X Iconasys LED Studio Light (set on floor in front of camera and angled up at necklace)
Turntable/Software Used: Silver Series Jewelry Photography Turntable + Shutter Stream 360 Product Photography Software
Accessory Used: Jewelry 360 Hanging Kit (Necklace adaptor)
Camera/Lens Used: Canon Rebel T6s/EOS 760D/EOS 8000D with Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens
360 Necklace Photography Notes
We used a black background (24×36″ photography lighting reflector) which provided contrast between the subject (necklace) and the background to really make this pop. The unedited result background was slightly off black, so we used the editing tools inside the Shutter Stream 360 Software to batch apply (in one click):
Levels: Dragged the Left (black) reference point to 13
Sharpness: Increased by 2.8
Using the 360 Jewelry Photography Turntable and 360 Jewelry Hanging Kit, we used a rotation speed of 3 and set a pre-capture delay of 2 seconds (to eliminate the possibility of object movement between turntable start and stop).
For suspending the turntable, we used 2X 31″ tall Sawhorses, and a white 20 x 30″ white foamboard sheet which we cut a 2″ diameter hole in the center (for turntable stem). Last, we used two white foamboard sheets to help eliminate side reflections.