Before and After: Danger Peach

Product photography can be tricky especially if you have a product that has dimension and texture. Danger Peach is an awesome Seattle artist who creates wonderful artwork and jewelry designs that incorporate hand-embroidered details that she needed to show in her photographs.

Before: Photographs are a bit "home-styled" with the vintage sheet background and natural lighting that cast shadows across the photo. The composition is interesting, but the pieces look too flat and their textures are lost.

After: The extreme angles and even lighting keep the focus on the work and not on the background. Notice the relief of the hand stitching through the jewelry's shrink plastic. Makes you want to run your finger over the stitches to feel them, right?

Great job with your photos, Danger Peach! Thanks so much for sharing them with us and keep up the great work!


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