After reading our article on the equipment and lenses to choose for photographing your jewellery, let's move on to the second step. You are now ready, with your DSLR camera, to photograph your jewelry in the studio. You have the studio's continuous and multi-source lighting system at your disposal, we can get started. Here are our tips for camera settings to photograph your jewelry, precious and semi-precious stones. Let's take here the example of settings made to shoot a gold ring, a sapphire, an emerald, a pearl necklace, a diamond, a topaz stone and a ruby.