Category: product photography tips

Why Photographing Your Product Packaging Can Make You Stand Out As An Online Seller

When shopping in person for items, for the most part, products are packaged up and ready to go. Products have labels with instructions, ingredients, and so on. Plus, chances are you’re responsible for transporting the product home.  But that doesn’t happen when you buy online. As you know, unless you’re selling in person at a […]

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In Conversation with Marja of MGG Studio

When I became involved with the local SF Etsy community and going to craft shows, I’d often see Marja selling her jewelry. I’d consider one of the OG’s of the local Etsy community! She was always so kind to me anytime I’d swing by to say hi and ask if I could take her photo.  […]

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In Conversation with Avery of Beanstalk & Company

Beautiful photos of plants almost always stop me in my tracks. So when I came across Beanstalk & Company on Instagram with its beautiful photos of air plants, I just had to send a DM asking, “Do you take your own photos? They look great!” I got a message back saying, “I do!” Once I […]

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How the Details in Your Photography Can Add Value to Your Handmade Product

When shopping in person, customers inspect products with all 5 of their senses. They’re able to look closely at your product and figure out the quality of the craftsmanship, the color, texture and so on. But you can’t do that when shopping online. A customer can’t pick up and inspect your product like they can […]

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