We’re precious about capturing every detail perfectly.


Shooting on a white background is perfect for jewellery as it avoids unsightly reflections, it also gives a truer representation of the colour of diamonds, stones or jewels. It helps define the fine lines and design details giving a clean and non-distracting image. We’re experts at achieving quality images even on high volume jewellery photography for e-commerce websites and catalogues. Whether it’s a collection of engagement rings, wedding bands, necklaces, bracelets or earrings, we know how to get the best shots.

Experience tells us that customers like to see jewellery from different viewpoints, so we can shoot multiple angles with focus on specific features if required… maybe the setting of a ring, the pendant on a necklace or to show the height of the ring. To guarantee best clarity of images we shoot on high quality medium format digital cameras, and use the very best lighting equipment in our studio.


When you need jewellery photography for a brochure cover or magazine advertisement we can give it the wow factor. We can shoot your jewellery on a complimentary background – we’ve a wide choice in our prop store – from rustic and natural textures to sleek and highly polished surfaces. We can even create a mini room-set for seasonal themes such as for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day or Christmas.

Jewellery is made to be worn so why not add some life into your images with models… even just a professional hand model can make a huge difference. We can take care of it for you, we work with model agencies and have freelance make-up artists to ensure the best results every time.


Regardless of how good your jewellery products are, your customers will look for perfection and even the slightest little speck, mark or blemish can reveal itself when the photograph is enlarged on websites or exhibition stands – so accurate and professional retouching is vital.

Our team are experts in colour correction and colour changes, we know that changing from yellow gold to rose gold or white gold affects the colour of the stone too. We understand that colour accuracy is important, making sure your rubies aren’t just red, but the right shade of red so our monitors are fully calibrated and our viewing facilities are daylight balanced.