How to Prop Up Products With Blocks to Create Eye-Catching Product Photos

Add dimension and personality to your images with blocks, boxes, cubes, and other photography props.

Amazon Product Photography: the Secret is in Your Smartphone

Need product images for your Amazon store? Learn more about your smartphone’s camera and how you can use it to take high-quality Amazon product images.

Ditch White Background Product Photography with These Fun Alternative Backgrounds

Product photos and descriptions that work together, sell together. Find out how to create content on your product pages that will drive online sales.

How to Take Pictures of Shoes that People Will Want to Buy

Make your shoes shine through photography.

Martha Stewart Photo Stylist Shares Her Best Tips for Your Product Shots

Britni Wood has styled shoots for Martha Stewart and her own ecommerce brand, not to mention many gigs in between. Get an inside look at how she fuels her passion for photo styling.

How to Have a Safe Product Photoshoot During COVID-19

Unique times call for unique protocols.

How to Build a Photography Studio from Scratch: Everything You Need to Take Your Own Product Photos

Just because you’re stuck at home doesn’t mean you can’t create greatness.

A Pro Photographer’s Guide to Spending Less Time Editing Product Photos

The little things you do before, during and after the shoot can make a big difference in how much time you spend editing.

4 Practical Ways to Add Smoke and Fog to Product Photos

Going for dreamy, mystical or spooky product photos? Follow these tips to add smoke and fog and get the effect you’re looking for.

How to Take Product Photos With Your Smartphone: Tips for Shooting on the Go

Don’t knock smartphone pics. With today’s phone cameras, you can capture product shots anywhere.

How Jewelry Brand Claurete Shoots and Edits Product Photos that Convert

Claurete has high-end jewelry and beautiful photos to match. Here’s how they do it.

11 Things to Avoid Capturing in the Frame of Your Product Photos

Cut back on potential complications and time-consuming photo-editing by keeping these ten things out of the frame of your marketing and product photos.
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