Composition is just as important as knowing how to use your camera. Without setting up the photo properly, you will only result in a weak photo. Shooting still life photos is different from taking travel and landscape photos, although the techniques can transfer well. Still life photography just requires a bit more arrangement and styling. If you find yourself wanting to give your photos a bit of a boost, try out these 5 composition techniques below.Read More
Do you feel like your product photos aren't competing well in the handmade marketplace? Do you feel the need to step up your photography game in order to attract your ideal customer? They say that we buy with our eyes first. If that is the case, then it is important for handmade businesses to create photos that draw in your ideal customer who want to learn more about your unique products. I can help you with that! Read on for 5 photography tips every handmade business needs to know.
I know when I'm shopping online, I linger the longest on websites that have taken the time to provide quality photographs of their products. I like to be able to see things at all angles and zoom in close to the details. I like to see how those pair of boots would look with that floral dress. Take the time to put quality into your product photos and make sure you have these three types of photos for every product in your online shop.Read More
In a competitive market, it quickly became apparent to me how much good photography will make your store stand out above the rest. As an online buyer, since I can't get up close and personal with your product to be able to inspect the quality and touch the merchandise, good product photography is now more important than ever. Read on for the five things you need to perfect when photographing your products.Read More