Have you taken a look at your product photos lately? Do they serve your brand and reflect the details and quality of your products? There are a lot of things you can “skimp” on with your business, but product photography should not be one of them if you are not able to take professional-looking photos yourself.
Since I’m not a product photography expert, I thought I would round out some really great articles that highlight the process of great DIY photography:
- Five tips for taking your best product photos yet from Design Sponge
- How to take great product photos for your online store from PC Magazine
- Taking professional looking photos without a professional from The Switchboards
- Studio quality photography with a $12 setup from Handmadeology
You don’t have to invest in Photoshop or a high-priced software program to edit your photos. After you take your photos, you can use a tool like FotoFuze or PicMonkey to make them more professional-looking.
Do you want feedback on your photos? If so, post a link to your site below and I’ll be more than happy to take a look and help you!