Three complementary technologies are composing this modern studio: lighting, dongle and a software.
A compact studio, an integrated homogenous LED lighting system, piloted by a powerful software.
A unique photo studio on the market for the creation of 2D visuals for small objects.
Composed of 9 modular zones, obtain with ease, photos of all your products.
This photo studio benefits from an interior shooting volume of 702 cm3 and can hold large products.
Benefit from two distinct shooting modes for your clothes, textiles and accessories.
An innovative photo lighting system for semi-precious stones and gemstones.
Take pictures of your ring collections in the simplest way possible, without any visible support.
This photo studio will be your best ally to create in-house visuals of diamonds, gemstones, jewelry and other creations.
The 360 photo studio extremely productive even for complex product photography.
A product photography studio dedicated to worn clothes, with a sophisticated lighting and turntable.
The complete photo studio offers you an infinity of possibilities to create visuals of big products.
The widest range of turntables.
A 360 turntable conceived and dedicated to the horology, jewelry and goldsmithery industries.
A true Swiss army knife, the PackshotPro 360 was designed for the luggage and leather goods industries.
Reveal your products in the most beautiful way with the new 360 backlit turntable PackshotStudio Multi-Side.
With this multiple arm system, photograph your products from five or ten different and simultaneous angles.
Consider several criteria before choosing your camera lens, especially for the shooting or macro photography of jewels, precious stones, semi-precious stones or watches. This involves the details you wish to present, the complexity of a stone or more simply the diffusion media you use for your visuals.
The standard 18-135mm lens is often supplied in kit form with entry-level DSLR cameras such as the Canon EOS 800D (expect to pay between 700 and 800 euros for the camera plus lens kit). If you’re photographing your jewelry for a low definition web display for a website, it will do the trick. To make high definition and more complex visuals and/or photograph specific jewelry or gems, you will have to opt for a macro lens.
Use a macro lens to capture, for example, all the details of gold or silver jewelry with intricate patterns and ornaments. You can also use a watermark lens to show details in watermarks, to publish visuals on media such as print that require higher image quality and resolution. There are two types of macro lenses for APS-C SLR cameras and Full Frame. Choose a focal length of 100 mm or more. The higher the focal length, the more you can keep the camera away from the subject and have a reduced field of view.