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If you are here from one of my jewelry demos Here’s a list of products I may have referenced while I was at the demo.
Digital Light Tent (Light Shed) Kit
Impact Light Shed (Light Tent) Kit – This is the exact kit I do my demos with that comes with everything you’ll need for ~$120(USD) I like the medium size but they have a number of different sizes to suit your specific needs. Each comes with 2 light stands, 2 lights, the tent and the black and white sweep (at the last date of my checking, do check the product detail page to confirm before ordering.)
Light Tent Sizes
- Small (10.5 x 10.5 x 13.5″) $119.95
- Medium (15 x 15 x 23″) $119.95 (seen in demo and described above)
- Large (18 x 18 x 27.5″) $159.70
- X-Large (24 x 24 x 36″) $149.95
Digital Light Tent (Light Shed) TENT ONLY
Impact Light Shed (Light Tent) TENT ONLY – This is the tent only. I demoed the kit but some of you expressed interest in the tent only. See the product page for details about what the tent may come with.
Light Tent Sizes
- Small (10.5 x 10.5 x 13.5″) $36.95
- Medium (15 x 15 x 23″) $46.95 (seen in demo and described above)
- Large (18 x 18 x 27.5″) $59.95
- X-Large (24 x 24 x 36″) $88.95
Impact Floodlights (Lighting Kit) LIGHTING ONLY
Impact Floodlights (Lighting Kit) LIGHTING ONLY – This is the set of two lights with light. I demoed the kit but some of you expressed interest in the lights only. See the product page for details about what the kit comes with.
White, Gray or Black Cards
White Balance Cards – Cards used to create the range to stop your photos from looking too bright or too dark – your can also use construction paper or even a take out receipt.
Here are some jewelry photographs I’ve taken recently
Recommended Vendors, Services, Websites & Downloads
Business Cards / Print Materials
Moo.com – Business Cards & Moo Mini Cards (my jewelry cards) read their blog to see the creative ways you can use these cards as great marketing tools
Vista Print – good quality, great price! You can even get a number of free pieces of marketing material if you don’t mind handing out their logo too.
- Mode Mayhem (NOT SAFE FOR WORK) – If you are offended by partial, implied or full nudity then I don’t recommend visiting or joining model mayhem.com but it is a great response to connect with models, photographer and fashion designers in the area to network and set up or become involved in some low cost (or TFP/TFCD) photo shoots. There are plenty of lovely models that prefer to keep their clothes on so don’t let my earlier comments make you think it’s some nasty website.
- Meetup.com – This is how I became involved with Lisa at Abielle and it has great resources for you to reach out to photographers and other jewelry and crafters.
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