Archive for the ‘Jeweler’ Category


I don’t know why this photograph makes me smile — maybe it is about the environmental fantasy that we live in a world where art is suspended in the sky purifying the air.  I found an abandoned medicine cabinet in my alley the other day and I have been photographing jewelry on the mirrored glass . Every shot is different, the sun moving through trees and clouds, shifting angles to balance highlights bouncing off the copper and stone.  This beautiful necklace is a piece I bought from my lovely lovely talented friend Carmen Eliam.  Her website is www.carmeneliamjewelry.com

You can enjoy a browse through Carmen’s collections of necklaces, rings, and bracelets I have photographed at https://judylichtphotography.pixieset.com/carmeneliamjewelry/

For more information or scheduling a product photography session, please contact me at judyjlicht@icloud.com

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A Bowl of Cherries

Posted: August 19, 2017 by Judy Licht Photography in General, Jeweler, Jewelry, Necklaces, Rings
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Photographing Carmen Eliam’s jewelry is so much fun.  The detail, the motion, the light…from a bowl of cherries to a beautiful ring, the contours, the touch of the metal, the soft jingle jangle of the beads…CA8A8288-EditCA8A0393-Edit

Sunnyside Up

Posted: August 9, 2017 by Judy Licht Photography in Carmen Eliam Jewelry, Jeweler, Jewelry, Judy Licht Photography
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Heading downstairs for coffee, I saw the light shine through my studio window onto Carmen Eliam’s jewelry, so I stopped for a little morning sunshine. CA8A8643-Edit

Our Store is Open!

Posted: December 7, 2014 by Judy Licht Photography in Bracelets, Crafts, General, Jeweler, Jewelry, Necklaces

It’s Pajamarama time at 7002 Carroll Avenue in Takoma Park, and our studio/crafts store is filled with men, women, and children shopping in their pajamas.  The jewelry and clothes are flying off the shelves.  I am set up to photograph people or products.  The necklaces and bracelets below were beautifully designed and hand-made by the fantabulous Titi Wreh.  Eleanor Landstreet, owner of Things From Egypt, is celebrating the festivities in rare form — two soup can rollers in her hair and a red silk robe to the floor. Somebody should lend that women a pair of fluffy slippers.  From 4-7, we are serving wine and appetizers.  Come on by and enjoy the fun!  We love it here!!!!

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