Looks like some good work on both the website and the jewelry. My
only constructive comments would be the use of “album” in front of
the various galleries. ( It seems a bit redundant) and possibly the
need do better color balance / lighting / image sizing on the photos.
It looks like you are using a tent style lighting setup and a nice
background for the pics. This is good, but pay attention to the
amount of light from all sides.
example: Celtic ring one is just plain dark. the 2nd view, while
having somewhat higher light level, is dark on the right side.
Another ring, the snake butterfly, is soooooo interesting, but you
don’t have a good view of it. The view you show has either a bad
color balance, or a reflection of something (red?) outside the
picture reflecting off of the left side’s “snake”.
So, A) light 'em good, B) get a buddy who is fluent with photoshop
to do the size/ pixels per inch/ color levels and balance thing if
you aren’t able. C) Keep shooting and play with the lights till it
looks good! Digital pictures are cheap if you’re the one taking them.
I am enamored with Celtic designs having made my first trip to
Ireland last year. I sketched everything from 15th century headstones
to modern Cork life. So while I just love your Celtic Ring #1, i’m
curious if this ring “wears” ok. You were definately thinking out of
the Celtic box when you made that one! It is so hard to come up with
a design that isn’t “already out there”. good luck