Shine Bright In Every Frame: Unveiling The Art Of Exquisite Jewellery Photography!


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Manchester, England Oct 10, 2023 (Issuewire )

Clik Studios is a leading company in the world of professional photography and we are pleased to announce our latest project in the world of jewellery photography. With an obsession for perfection and attention to detail, Clik Studios presents a series of captivating images showcasing the exquisite craftsmanship of its never-before-seen jewelry. In today’s digital age, where visuals have unprecedented power, the importance of outstanding jewellery photography cannot be overstated. It’s not just about taking pictures. It is about immortalising the craftsmanship, elegance and intricate details that make each piece unique.

Clik Studios understands this essence and has assembled a team of skilled photographers dedicated to capturing every aspect and brilliance of jewelry. With a commitment to elegance, innovation and artistic expression, we are pleased to introduce our brand new collection and the talented photographers who bring our work to life in every image. We believe that jewelry is more than just an accessory; it is an expression of artistry and craftsmanship. Each piece in our collection tells a unique story, and capturing the essence of these stories through photography is an art in itself. We collaborated with some of the most experienced and creative photographers in the industry to bring our jewellery to life in captivating and inspiring ways.

The Art of Exquisite Jewellery Photography: A Fusion of Creativity and Precision

Jewellery photography is a delicate balance between art and technique. It requires an acute understanding of light, shadows, composition, and perspective to capture the intricate details and sparkle of each piece accurately. Our team of photographers possesses a keen eye for detail and an innate understanding of how to make jewellery shine in every frame.

Key Points of Our Jewellery Photography Journey:

  • Mastering the Play of Light: Our photographers understand the importance of lighting in jewellery photography. They experiment with natural and artificial light sources to find the perfect balance that highlights the brilliance of gemstones and metals.

  • Embracing Creative Composition: Beyond merely showcasing the jewellery, our photographers delve into the realm of creative composition. They skillfully arrange the pieces, incorporating elements from nature, architecture, and culture to create visually stunning compositions that evoke emotions and tell a story.

  • Highlighting the Craftsmanship: Each piece of jewellery in our collection is a testament to the skill and dedication of our artisans. Our photographers focus on capturing the intricate craftsmanship, highlighting the fine details that make our jewellery truly exceptional.

  • Celebrating Diversity: Our jewellery is designed to cater to a diverse range of tastes and preferences. Our photographers embrace diversity in their work, capturing the essence of cultural heritage and modern aesthetics, ensuring that our pieces resonate with customers from various backgrounds.

  • Setting New Trends: Through our photography, we aim not only to showcase our existing collection but also to set new trends in the world of jewellery. Our photographers experiment with innovative techniques and styles, pushing the boundaries of conventional jewellery photography.

Why choose Clik Studios for your jewellery photography needs?

1. Shining Expertise: Clik Studios has a team of experienced photographers who specialise in jewellery photography. Her expertise lies not only in the use of advanced photographic equipment but also in understanding the nuances of lighting, composition, and angle that enhance the beauty of each of her pieces.
2. Attention to detail: We believe that every gemstone, cut, and metal detail tells a story. Our photographers pay close attention to these subtleties, ensuring that each photo captures the essence of the jewellery and brings it to life for the viewer.
3. Cutting-edge technology: Clik Studios invests in cutting-edge technology, including high-resolution cameras and advanced editing software, to deliver images of unparalleled quality. Our commitment to leveraging the latest advances in photography ensures that your jewellery shines brightly in every image.

4. Customized Approach: We understand that every piece of jewellery is unique and so are your wishes. Clik Studios takes a personalised approach and works closely with jewellery designers, brands and retailers to realise their exact vision.
5. Exceptional Creativity: Our photographers are more than just professionals. They are artists with a strong eye for creativity. They go beyond traditional techniques and explore innovative angles and perspectives that add a unique touch to every photo.
About Clik Studio: Clik Studios is known for its commitment to excellence in photography. With a diverse portfolio ranging from fashion and products to events and portraiture, our studio prides itself on delivering stunning images that leave a lasting impression. Jewellery photography is our latest passion and we are dedicated to transforming precious pieces into timeless works of art. Clik Studios specialise in various genres of photography, including fashion, product, event, and even jewellery photography.

Meet our talented photographers:

Senior Photographer: Adele

Photographer/Retoucher: Adrian

Photographer: James S.

Join Us on This Artistic Journey:

We invite jewellery enthusiasts, photography aficionados, and everyone with an appreciation for art to join us on this mesmerising journey into the world of exquisite jewellery photography . Be prepared to be captivated by the brilliance of our jewellery and the artistry of our photographers.

For press inquiries, high-resolution images, or to arrange an interview with our photographers, please contact:

Call Now: 01616604108



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Kiwi Milky Way images named among world’s best in astrophotography competition


“Winter’s Airglow” – Southern Alps, New Zealand. Photo / Larryn Rae, Capture The Atlas, Milky Way Photographer of the Year

Stargazing might be the most universal of pastimes. At every point on the planet, since ancient times, people have been looking heavenwards for after dark. Looking for our place in the universe. If there’s one unifying cosmological landmark it would have to be the Milky Way.

In China it is referred to as the ‘Heavenly River’, in parts of Eastern Europe it is a ‘Pathway of the Birds’ and sub-Saharan Africa has names including the Backbone of the Sky. Although it has many names it’s a view out on our place in the Galaxy we all share. There is also only one Milky Way of the Year Awards.

Now in its sixth year, the specialist astrophotography award has had submissions from across six continents. Awards hosts Capture The Atlas has published 25 stellar images in their annual shortlist, showing details you’d never see with the bare eye.

Three of which were taken in New Zealand.


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New Plymouth-based Brendan Larsen found his perfect view of the milky way over the photogenic Mt Taranaki. Determined to get the perfect shot the camera was angled towards the maunga to align with the star belt at 2.30am.

“I’m really pleased with how many colours I was able to capture with my camera, filters, and long exposures,” said Larsen.

“Milky Way Rising over Stony River & Mt Taranaki” – 
Taranaki, New Zealand. Photo / Brendan Larsen, Capture The Atlas, Milky Way Photographer of the Year
“Milky Way Rising over Stony River & Mt Taranaki” –
Taranaki, New Zealand. Photo / Brendan Larsen, Capture The Atlas, Milky Way Photographer of the Year

Larryn Rae was another Kiwi photographer staying up late in the mountains for the perfect shot.

“This was some of the craziest airglow I have ever seen! Airglow is when atoms get charged and excited in the upper atmosphere by the sun and emit this wonderful colour and cloud-like pattern.” The veteran Auckland-based photographer had been shortlisted in previous years.


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Larryn wasn’t the only photographer to capture a night sky tinged with the Southern lights.

18-year-old Tom Rae was photographing the skies over Lake Tekapo when – to his delight – dancing lights formed on the horizon.

“Celestial Radiance” – 
Lake Tekapo, New Zealand. Photo / Tom Rae, Capture The Atlas, Milky Way Photographer of the Year
“Celestial Radiance” –
Lake Tekapo, New Zealand. Photo / Tom Rae, Capture The Atlas, Milky Way Photographer of the Year

“Midway through my Milky Way panorama, a faint glow appeared on the horizon—my first aurora! What followed was a spectacular light show of flowing beams and vibrant colours.” The young photographed described his “limited time photographing the night sky” has been both “awe inspiring”, if sometimes frustrating.

While the starry view of the Milky Way was a unifying theme judge Dan Zafra was looking for local landmarks and recognisable locations to ground the astral scenes.

Apart from New Zealand’s Southern Alps other earthly backdrops included Patagonian Chile’s Torres del Paine and the alien-looking bottle trees of Socotra – near Yemen.

“Modern cameras can capture vibrant details and colours in the night sky beyond what our eyes can see,” said Zafra. “However, what really matters in any great image is the photographer behind the camera, who provides the idea, plan, and creativity to bring the image to life.”

Capture The Atlas, Milky Way Photographer of the Year
Capture The Atlas, Milky Way Photographer of the Year

“Celestial Shield” – Ávila, Spain. Photo / Iván Ferrero, Capture The Atlas, Milky Way Photographer of the Year
“Celestial Shield” – Ávila, Spain. Photo / Iván Ferrero, Capture The Atlas, Milky Way Photographer of the Year

“The Night Train” - Graubünden, Switzerland. Photo / Alexander Forst, Capture The Atlas, Milky Way Photographer of the Year
“The Night Train” – Graubünden, Switzerland. Photo / Alexander Forst, Capture The Atlas, Milky Way Photographer of the Year