Click. Post. Like. It’s the new snap, crackle, and pop for our digital world. That *click* of course being the starting point. Good product photography isn’t just expected from the big brands anymore. As more and more buyers turn to online shops, a good photo speaks volumes of your brand.
I’ve lurked and listened and from all of the feedback received during the Find Your Feed Instagram Challenge, one of the biggest struggles was how to create those flawless room photos. I mean trust me, I know our home doesn’t have an overflowing amount of gorgeous views. It’s hard! But
Ahhh that white background in product photos… so frustratingly hard, right? Yet everyone on Instagram is making it look SO EASY. It’s a look a lot of us try to achieve, but feels really difficult to get right without blowing out the entire photo. So today I thought I’d show you
You spend a lot of time getting that perfect shot for your product photos. Shouldn’t they work harder for you? They’re well lit, have a few perfectly styled props, and help portray your brand. Then you just upload onto its product page to start going to work, right? I hope
I’ll call myself out before going any further and just say – yes, it seems really Instagram basic B of me to say everything should be shot on white. I get it. It’s not for everyone. And it may not be your brand. But I’m still going to tell you