Natural light works best for any type of photography and should be used as much as possible. As a general rule, firing your photos in the early afternoon will give the best results. What matters is not just the amount of light, but the uniformity of distribution. Often in product photography, a clean white background seems to be the best because it creates an emphasis on the object itself. We are sure that you have seen this and now you will know how to call “The Infinite Curve”. This allows photographers to take products on an endless white background that does not reveal a horizon in the back, just a clean and pleasant view. To create this type of background, place a piece of white paper or cloth and fold it to create a curve. Your product will be the center of the photo and the only object to capture the viewer’s attention.
Keep it, when you take a picture, even the slightest vibration or movement can cause motion blur. In addition, the closer you get to an object, the more motion blur is evident. A tripod will make sure it stays steady while taking the picture. Even a cheap tripod will make a big difference in the sharpness of your images. In addition, you can use the camera’s internal timer to minimize camera shake and maximize accuracy. If you use the camera on your smartphone, consider leaning against a solid object to minimize movement.
We recommend playing with arrangements and looking for unique points of view that tell a story. You never know in which angle you will end up revealing the most impressive or most attractive story, then try different options. Keep in mind that you always want to accurately reflect the size, shape and quality of your products to ensure sales and customer satisfaction.
The filters are like this one last year: today, they all take photos on their phones and use different filters to make them more stylized. Although it’s fun showing a night out with friends, it’s not great for product photography. Filters, when they are noticed (and will often be seen), can cause your customers to question the quality of your product and to trust its representation. Keeping it clean and simple is the best way to go.
The Editing is important: taking a photo is usually only the beginning, the problem and the returns come. When preparing images for your site, make sure they are approximately the same size. Choose 1-3 different sizes from large to medium to small. Edit your photos to fit one of the preset sizes so you do not have many variations. You do not have to be a web designer or even an experienced computer, just upload your photos into a photo editing software and enter the company. Things like cutting and correcting colors can make all the difference in a photo. You can also use the Aviary Image Editor directly in the Wix Editor and make your photos very bright.