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Product photography with Kimberly Gauthier: Coming Soon

Some of my blog readers had questions about improving their product photography- like how they could improve their jewelry photos, how to make photos different and bright and even about how important photos actually are to a craft business.

While I love taking pictures, I am still very much an amateur as I haven’t played around much with my camera’s features yet. And I personally know that jewelry of any kind is sometimes really hard to photograph. So, here’s where Kimberly Gauthier will rescue us from the drowning in the Sea of Bad Product Photos.  Kimberly will be guest posting about product photography real soon on Craftzy – so do check back to read her post.

Jewelry in a Tree by Kimberly Gauthier

Here’s a short note from Kimberly about her blog:

“I write the photography blog, Through the Lens of Kimberly Gauthier. It’s a blog for amateur photographers who didn’t read their manual. When I purchased my first DSLR camera in 2009, I quickly realized that I was out of my depth and it took me a year to figure out how to use my camera. In 2010, I was thrilled to discover that shooting in manual mode wasn’t as hard as I thought and that’s when the idea of my photography blog started coming to light. In 2011, I started writing in earnest and I’ve been enjoying connecting with other amateur photographers who experienced the same frustrations I had and trading tips and inspiration.”

Kimberly Gauthier, photographer / blogger

Why don’t you head over to her blog Through the Lens of Kimberly Gauthier and drool over the gorgeous photos she takes? You can also learn more about photography by following Kimberly on Twitter and Facebook. Don’t forget to read her guest post for Digital Photography School.

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