Here is the next step in the mini-series about running a successful etsy shop.
As I mentioned in the last article, I am not an expert. I am certainly not a professional photographer. I am just sharing simple tips that have worked for me in hopes that they might help you with your business.
Another tip is to use unique angles. A product shot does not have to be straight on and include the entire product. Using an intriguing angle and only photograph part of the product. Remember that you still have your items title to describe what the item is.
The above is the original. The rest are the same picture that simply have editing adjustments made to them.
Another tip is to look around etsy, within your shops product category, and find photos that you like. Look at them and then look at your current photos. What is different? What do you like about the other photographs better than yours? Is it the location or the props used or the lighting or the angle? Figure out what kind of photos you want to aspire to and try to recreate them in your own way.