UPDATE: You can now download the recording of Jim's "Improve Your Jewelry Photography" webinar direct from the Interweave Store!
I'm thrilled to tell you about an upcoming Jewelry Making Daily event that I know you're going to love!
Our photography expert Jim Lawson is hosting an online seminar (webinar) on how to improve your jewelry photography on Thursday, January 24, from 1 to 2pm MT. Host of popular hot-topic DVDs How To Photograph Your Jewelry and Shoot, Share, Sell and the man responsible for the mouth-watering gem and jewelry photographs you see in Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist magazine, Jim has been a professional photographer for more than 30 years.
You work hard creating beautiful artisan jewelry; don't let the photographs of it hinder its beauty! Join us and learn how to elevate your photography to show off your jewelry creations exactly as they are--gorgeous!
- Learn more about Lightroom, Photoshop, and Photoshop Elements photo-editing software and how they can help you create the most eye-catching and accurate photos of your jewelry
- Get your photography questions answered live by one of the top jewelry photographers in the industry immediately after his presentation
Photo-editing software like Photoshop and Lightroom can do wonders to bring your jewelry photography to life, making the images you use to sell your jewelry online and apply to juried art shows just as stunning as the real thing . . . IF you know how to use them. Jim's tips and techniques perfected throughout decades of experience will help you do just that in a full hour of photo-editing instruction, all from the comfort of your home.
After the presentation, you'll receive access to a recording of the demonstration so that you can refer back to the seminar anytime you need a refresher or if you want to see a particular technique again. Watch over and over until you're a pro like Jim!
If you can't make it to the live presentation, your registration will give you access to the recording to view at your convenience after the event, so you won't miss out on Jim's expert advice.
You'll also receive free downloads of the photography editing tutorials that Jim demonstrates during the seminar so you can practice those techniques and perfect your skills. You'll be creating professional-quality jewelry photography in no time!
Bonus: Everyone who registers for Jim's webinar will receive a 30% off coupon for his best-selling video workshops How to Photograph Your Jewelry and Shoot, Share, Sell: How to Get the Best Jewelry Photos from Your Smartphone.
Don't miss out on this one-time-only LIVE and INTERACTIVE event! Where else can you get a full hour of photography and editing instruction (and pro secrets) with a professional jewelry photographer for less than twenty bucks?
I'll be there to moderate, getting to "meet" you and feeding your live questions to Jim. So hurry, there are only 1,000 spots available for this webinar, and considering how popular Jim's DVDs have been, they'll fill up fast! Reserve your spot for Jim's online seminar and then follow the instructions you'll receive via email to register. Your registration guarantees your "seat" for this live event, and we recommend that you have a high-speed internet connection for the best viewing experience and log in early to allow time to troubleshoot any technical glitches.
About Jim Lawson:
A graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology, Jim Lawson has built a successful career in advertising photography over the last 30 years, working primarily in the Chicago and Cleveland areas. During that time his client list included names such as Scott's, Cub Cadet, Moen, Pittsburg Paints, NAPA, OSU Medical, Durkee Foods, BFGoodrich, Libbey Glassware, and American Greetings.
Jim recently relocated to the West Chester, PA, area to pursue teaching and personal work. Concurrently, he has been providing photography to publications such as Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist, Step-by-Step Wire Jewelry, and various special projects. He teaches workshops on photographing jewelry at the Philadelphia and Santa Fe Bead Fests.