I didn"t like most of my test photos, and while I haven't had my stuff photographed well yet it has been photographed by me, better than it was before. For instance this necklace was a green and blue blur last time I photographed it, and with the macro setting on the camera and the colors clarified, it almost looks like it does in real life. It even has the color interaction I like pretty well depicted. The glasses used are again peackock green and cobalt.
The bracelet is one I've been wearing to work for months and finally decided to take a decent picture of. The coral is Effetre coral streaky sherbet, there is some opalino carnelian, and the trans orange is Vetrofond arancio perfecto. I used dark red stringer on all. I like the color variation of the dark red when it is mixed with the coral, but the bead with the red bumps looks like it's oozing drops of blood. I don't know whether to say neat or gross.
This necklace I didn't dare show in my earlier picture since it was blurry and the colors were miserable. The spacers are plum silver dark, the sky is copper green red and the ground is moss agate. If these colors don't look right to you, it's the bead.
These didn't show up very well in an earlier post. I sorta have the camera and software working for me now and I like the pictures a lot better. The beads are the same. Now they went and changed the format for this blog. Figures. Just when I start to be able to figure out where stuff is going to come up it changes.