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The way I would do this is put the subject on a light table (evenly backlit surface with a diffuse translucent material) and light the subject from the sides. As a quickie experiment, I shot a pocket watch with fob using a light table (used for doing graphics layout in the days of yore) with a couple work lights (5000°K) shinning on the walls in a small ...


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I think it's probably on a flat surface. One way people get this kind of shot is to arrange a glass 'table top' somewhat above a white (or other color) surface. You can light the background independently of the foreground and there will be no shadows as there could be if you laid the necklace directly on a surface. If the spacing between the glass and the ...


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