Online shoppers buy photos because they can not touch, taste, or smell your product. When selling online, then, your ability to sell and sell out. Shoot, edit, and name your product photos in a way that is indicative of your brand stories.
Take better product photos when you make these adjustments to picture day.
Switching from an artificial lighting source to natural lighting can make all the difference in your product photography. Shoot your subject in natural day light from various angles to capture the best features of your tangible products.
A dirty lens will ruin a great shot every single time. Take the time to remove oils and debris from your phone or camera lens to minimize blur and light refraction in your photos.
Adding human element such as a face or hand to some of your product photos can help customers imagine themselves using your product. It can also help your customer make more accurate inferences about the approximate size of your product.
Filters can go from really cute to really misleading real quick. You may think heavily filtered or stylishly edited product photos are adding to your branding, but it may actually be distracting your customer from what you are actually trying to sell.
Some of the best photography tricks have nothing to do with your camera. You can help your audience recognize your products by having recurring elements in your product photography.