A packing shot can easily be defined as an image of a product that includes the packaging and labelling.
When visiting marketplaces like Amazon or eBay, you will notice a similarity in the way their images are displayed. On a white background. Most online stores also present their pictures in such a way for two simple reasons.
Without images, the internet would be a dull and boring place. Most people don’t understand image rights and the repercussions that come with not handling image rights correctly.
If you are in the process of trying to move your business online, you undoubtedly come across the seemingly thousands of platforms that allow you to build your online store.
VR & AR is here to save us from nagging shop assistants and crowds of people. Well almost…
Lighting is the most important part of your studio setup, and one could argue that you are worst off having the best camera in poor lighting conditions than having a mediocre camera with excellent lighting setup.
If you have small or medium sized products you want to photograph to put online, then there is no need to hire an expensive studio.
Product photography seems like an incredibly daunting subject, and rightfully so. With so much conflicting information out there it’s hard to wrap your head around this complex subject.
So you are thinking about selling on Amazon but don’t know where to start? We know that getting to grips with everything Amazon could be a little daunting.
When you are new to the world of e-commerce one of the many questions that come up is whether or not your product images should have a white background.
Generally speaking, shadows and reflections are not prefered in marketplaces like Amazon or eBay.
Your online stores’ product images are one of the most important aspects to determine the success of your online store.
Clipping images are especially important for online shops to keep the focus on the product and not distract the customers. Also, it’s a great way to keep your website uniform.
Many online store owners wonder if they can’t edit their product images free. Of course, there is no substitute for experience as image editing takes years to master.