Photos on an Overcast Day

This week, my goal is to work diligently to get twenty items posted on my shop page on http://www.angiewiggins.com. I have a studio light box set-up which is ideal for taking photos of my paper bowls, polymer clay platters, and just basically any 3-D work that I make. But for jewelry, outside light can’t be outdone. At least for this amateur.

So this is my ‘sophisticated’ equipment for outside jewelry pics!Image

It’s right outside my studio! If only it weren’t such a cloudy day!Image

And here is a ‘rough-cut’ preview of some items that I will be selling. ImageImageImage

2 responses to “Photos on an Overcast Day”

  1. I’ve been admiring your work for a while now. Love the colors you use and really like the way you finish off the back of your brooches. These are very nice photos, too. Overcast days are my favorite for photography. No harsh shadows and glaring reflections.

  2. Great shots! Actually, I remember a professional photographer once told me that an overcast day is ideal for photography, since you don’t have to worry about the sun causing unwanted shadows and glare.
    I’ve been a silent admirer of your work for some time…your mixed media paper bowls’ colors and patterns particularly resonate with me. Do you ever teach workshops?

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