Wednesday, 27 April 2011

A Proper Introduction

This blog post was created for 2 reasons....

1. I realized I NEVER properly introduced myself...
How impolite of me...I know....

2. I was told I need to model for my pieces...

So, here it goes....

1. My name is Trisevyeni.. (take it slooowly and maybe
you will manage to pronounce it correctly..) can call me Jenny ;)

I live in Greece for the past 32 years..well...almost 32..

I cant live without the sea..without ice cream..
without chocolate...without my loved ones...
but not necessarily in that order..
I drive an old Red Fiat and I hate exercising.
I love almost everything vintage.
I love reading books and learning foreign languages..

i lost my father 2.5 years ago, and that
changed me..changed me a lot..

2. As mentioned above I was told that it
would be best to model my pieces.
So, I took my camera and
dot right into it..

I m not used to taking photos of myself..
so I guess, I have a lot to learn..

Do you model for your pieces?
Do you have a favorite background ?
Do you prefer morning or afternoon
light for these photo shoots?
Do you wear specific clothes?



  1. Hello Jenny... you look lovely!

  2. You are beautiful - you should model your work!
    Nice to "meet" you Jenny ( yeah, I am gonna go with Jenny!)

  3. Jenny, you are beautiful and it is a pleasure to learn more about you! :-)

    I'm still learning about modelling my own jewellery too...I find it most difficult to take photos of earrings on myself! LOL I either wear bright colours or white, depending on whether the jewellery I'm modelling is all silver or colourful. I prefer morning light, as it seems somehow softer. I usually have to take about 50 photos before I find just one that I'm happy with!


  4. I think you make a beautiful model for your pieces, because that's what you are--beautiful.

    I wouldn't dare model my own jewelry, but would like to have it photographed on someone else. I don't believe my son would make a very good model though. ;O)

    I can't live without chocolate either.

  5. I don't model my pieces either...I have been thinking of starting, just for people to see the scale of something when it's worn.

  6. Nice to meet you, Jenny! Thank you for letting us know a little more about yourself!
    I usually don't model my jewelry... well, except the rings (which I mostly do)... but then you see only the hand :)! But I have a couple of portraits of myself I used for Vicki's "Artists Exposed" collections.

  7. @ Louise

    Thank you :)

    @ Jaime

    i figured everyone would go with Jenny!lol!
    Thank you very much!

  8. @ MsBelle

    Ginger, thank you so much!!I dont think your son would appreciate the thought either!lol!!
    It was sooooooo darn difficult to take these pictures!!! I had the tripod and couldn't realize where and how far I should stand to both take the photos and show the jewelry!

  9. @ Belinda

    Thank you so much :)
    I took more than 100 photos to have 10 good enough to show..
    I tried the shooting after lunch in my room and I think the lighting was ok..but I want to try it earlier in the day as well..
    I ve seen photos of you Belinda, I m sure you will look awesome!

  10. @littlecherryhill
    I ve been told by many that I should model or have sb else model for my pieces..You should try it too Emma...

  11. @ Annuk

    Thank you very much for dropping by and for your kind words:)


Thank you so much for your comments!


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