Friday, May 4, 2018

A Sneak Peek into the Victoriana Collection

 
 
 
Last weekend we had a fun and interesting photo shoot, deep into the countryside where we not only snapped pictures of our new pieces, but also got to enjoy wonderful nature, secluded and abandoned railway stations and colorful pastures of hidden villages. It was a memorable one for us.
 
Here you can see just a couple of our new necklaces- we don't want to reveal much, although during the past months I have shown lots of my jewelry through DIY and pattern promotion posts, like the one for the ribbon medals or the spring flower brooch to mention a few.  
 

 
I share snippets of it over on insta stories  and my facebook fan page.
 
If you'd like to see more, you are invited.

16 comments:

Sigrid Swinnen said...

It looks so professional; the pictures, the model :-), the jewellery!
Nice work! Your designs look good on a model, I'm looking forward to see more pictures!

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you so much Sigrid! We too are satisfied with how everything turned out :)
It is much easier to photograph items on a background because it doesn't talk back.. hahaha.. However it is much better and also much more attractive for clients to see the jewelry on a model.

Mia said...

I always love your great creations, Maya. You are a true artist! I love this gorgeous crochet necklace! Kisses, my friend.

Divya N said...

I love picture with the parasol and the one on the railway tracks. The images look very editorial and would fit right in, in a high end fashion magazine. I am really looking forward to seeing the rest of the collection

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

Wow this collection of necklaces are so beautiful Maya. Your daughter looks so beautiful in the dress and umbrella and what a pretty location for the photo shoot!!
Congrats to you on an article I saw in Artful Blogging magazine on you and your crocket!!! How exciting for you and wishing you a lot of success.
Julie xo

Kim said...

Such a fun and professional photo shoot, Maya. Love your daughter as the model and all the 'props'. Nothing like beautiful countryside as a backdrop. The necklace is so pretty. Everything is just beautiful!

handmade by amalia said...

What a gorgeous photo shoot, Maya, though you can't go wrong with that model :-) I'm so behind with my blog reading. I'm going to the South of France in a couple of days and have been struggling to get everything done.
Amalia
xo

Maya Kuzman said...

Such a sweet support from you Divya! Thank you! It is really good to know amd feel that what you have imagined has a fantastic outcome :)

Maya Kuzman said...

Oh my Gosh Julie! You saw it !!! I have to keep quiet because I have not yet received my complimentary copy to do the feature reveal :)
I am so glad about that! Thank you so much!

Maya Kuzman said...

I am glad you like it Kim :)
Yes, I agree. The coutntryside was a real success although a staged "Victorian" room would have also been a jackpot, but we would have had to turn the world around to source everything needed to furnish it so this was easier :)

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you Amalia! Luckily for us she makes the process of taking pictures easy... when she is in a good mood... hahaha
Just joking :) I greatly appreciate her contribution to our small business!

Karen Dennis said...

I love the simplicity of the summer dress#trafficjamweekend@_karendennis

Michelle Leslie said...

Oh my, the photos are gorgeous. I always love seeing your unique pieces Maya, but seeing them in a in such lovely photos adds a whole new dimension. Love the "story lines" you captured

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you Michelle! I love when looking at photos I imagine the story behind it and it is different for each viewer...
Hence I love creating stories myself :)

Alhana said...

I saw some sneak peeks on Instagram and loved the whole ambience (her dress matching the crochet jewellery, the parasol, the location and so on). As other ladies already said, this photo shoot looks very professional and carefully done. You don't cease to amaze me on every new post! :-)

Maya Kuzman said...

Thank you dear Alhana! The crochet community support as well as that of my blogging buddies has been overwhelming. I appreciate it. It warms up my heart!