Do you want to boost your sales? Do you want to enhance the pictures of your handicrafts?
Having quality pictures is a must when you are trying to sell your work online.
The undeniable appreciation of people to handmade and personalized products has produced numerous blogs, forums, events, websites, and digital tools related to crafting. With so much competition out there, the best way to catch a customer’s attention is with a captivating photograph of your stunning craft.
Here are a few tips to help you get the best images of your products by Gavin Hoey.
In the video, you will learn that you don’t need to invest in the most expensive camera, but if you are serious about selling your crafts online consider a good light source and investing a tripod. Few of us have a steady hand when it comes to holding a camera perfectly still as we click for a photo, a tripod will give you the stability you need to get good photos.
Learn more in part two: Craft Photography Series 2: Your Jewelry and Small Products.
Read the whole series in our Craft Photography Tips:
- Craft Photography Series 1 – Taking Photos For Your Crafts
- Craft Photography Series 2 – Your Jewelry and Small Products
- Craft Photography Series 3 – Using Your Smartphone
- Craft Photography Series 4 – Advanced Editing
- Craft Photography Series 5 – Creating Professional-Looking Ads
Latest posts by Gary Capps (see all)
- The Best Color To Use With Your Projects This 2017 - January 23, 2017
- Why Etsy Sellers Should Have A Backup Plan - January 22, 2017
- Valentine’s Day DIY Gift Inspiration For Everyone - January 20, 2017