Let's critique the obvious. They're small, the quality is grainy, the color looks flat and dead. Ugh. I could go on and on. And it's such a shame because this is a beautiful necklace. It's whisper light and elegant, and the combination of shapes and lines beautifully accentuates these qualities. And because of these awful photos, it never sells. Except for last week when an Etsy customer saw something captivating beneath that photo quality disaster and took, from their perspective, a risk and clicked "Buy". Making the necklace again gave me new impetus to do it justice. And here's the result.
You can see that I'm definitely over the pure white background. Ah, who knows. Maybe I'll jump back in there one day and edit it out because I love how it makes golds and silvers pop. But gray isn't bad either and if Saks uses it, who am I to thumb my nose at that?
One more, this time with a gradient and shadow. I can't help getting a little fancy here and there.
This necklace retails for just $26 and is available for sale with many other eye-pleasing jewelry pieces at the Daffodil Boutique. Thanks for taking a moment to check out my shop.