March 22, 2017
Rachel Becher

With an affinity for detail, Heirloomsnaps utilizes a dependable system to capture the clearest and most crisp jewelry images. Through the process of image stacking and bracketing, multiple images are merged together to ensure the highest quality of macro photography. Starting with impeccable lighting, the jewelry is arranged so that its unique features are highlighted. With the jewelry in place, the camera is moved slightly with each shot so that another part of the jewelry is in focus.  By making tiny movements in focus, an overlapping focused area is created. Using a stacking software program, the images are then combined together to create a photo that showcases every tiny detail of the jewelry. Stacking is the most effective way to capture the minute details that sometimes aren’t even available to the naked eye. By employing this technique, Heirloomsnaps delivers high quality images that capture the unique sparkle of every piece of jewelry.

Jewelry by Abby Sparks Designs (#1, #2, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #12, #13, #14, and #15),

Eric Olson Master Jeweler (#10), and

Ashley Schenkein Jewelry Design (#3 and #11).

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