Are your photos where it's at?
Posted by Barbara Harms/Asian Art And Quilts
I loved saying that. ...like the car ad with the cool mice.
But, let's talk seriously for a minute about the photos you are taking for showcasing your work.
My own early photos will, at the very least give you a good laugh, and at best demonstrate an important lesson for many new sellers. Most importantly, you must believe, and learn; the photos you take for your listings make the difference between a sale or not even getting a passing look.
Your customers (and sales) are dependent on the quality of your photos, so here goes, you be the judge.
Which product would you choose?
You can go with this,
or you can go with that.
[a slight disclaimer, none of these have not been sized for the proper dimensions ]
|Scarf Image #1|
|Scarf Image #2|
#1?- A hanger and a hand showing [with dye on the hand even]
Which model would you choose? #1 or #2?
I should get a few points for thinking outside the box with the bear.
But what does that photo say about my professionalism?
So what do you think?
Remember, the photos used in your listings make all the difference!
So tell me, what is wrong with these photos? What would you do to improve them?
By sharing our thoughts and examples we WILL improve!
And, I think we all could benefit from help to take better photos, yes?