If you run an e-commerce website, or sell your products on Amazon or eBay, you probably know that a picture really does say a thousand words. Product photos on Amazon and eBay require extra attention, because your product photos will show up with your competitor’s product photos. Bad photos in these marketplaaces will cost you sales.
A lifestyle product photo is a great way to show off your product in use or with better context than a product photo with a white background. Lifestyle product photos are great to include on marketplaces, to help shoppers imagine how your product would work for them.
Lifestyle product photos are also great to include in promotional releases for your product marketing.
Homemade soaps and loofas
If you’re crafting products by hand, your photos have to be great. Highlight the uniqueness of each product, while showing off the quality of your craft.
Pretzel, chocolate cookies
When you’re selling food online or through printed catalogs, it’s absolutely necessary to have high quality photos of your products. Consumers really want to know what they are putting in their body and detailed product photos can also increase sales by tapping into the viewer’s hunger.
We begin shooting pictures of your products as soon as we get them. Once we’ve got a set of product photos finished, we’ll send you a preview and a deposit invoice. After your invoice is paid, we’ll begin editing and finalizing your product images. We’ll send your products back along with high-resolution copies of your product photos.
If you’re within 25 miles of the zip code 12205, we can meet you locally. Otherwise, we’ll require you to ship your product to us.
That depends on the number of products, but it’s safe to assume a minimum of two weeks from the day you send it out, to the day we’re sending it back.
The delay may be lower for local clients.
We have experience taking photos for e-commerce websites like Shopify and Woocommerce.
Our product photography has improved websites for restaurants, general contractors, and people who sell their products online – Amazon, eBay, Etsy, their own websites, anywhere!