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Etsy Success: How to Take Great Product Photos

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Published on Feb 29, 2012

Etsy seller Jessica Marquez of Miniature Rhino shares her insider tips on how to take captivating product photos. It's important to answer all the questions your shopper might have about your product, so Jessica goes over what to keep in mind when shooting for your Etsy shop. In this video, you'll learn about editing photos, experimenting with backdrops and angles, contextualizing your items and more.

For more tips and tricks, check out Etsy's Seller Handbook: http://etsy.me/productphotography.

All Etsy videos are created under the Creative Commons license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...). Please feel free to share!

Comments • 29

rumpzafamily
Great ideas!
James Paul
Hey Jessica! Super big question. What photo-editing software would you recommend for a beginner photographer? I use an iMac by the way. Thanks!
Fishnetfreud
I know I'm not Jessica. But I would recommend Adobe Elements or Lightroom. Elements is better or simpler for a beginner. But if you're a quick study and want to be able to progress within a short time I'd say Lightroom is the best. :)
Seekalook
Great video
evelyne Bouzzo
Seekalook f'. Porte clé
CERAMICARTGABY
Sonyial Lee
hi what editing software did you use? also what camera did you use?
Isabella Shoppe
Wonderful! Thank you for this new info...
Nibbler800
Any tips on photographing greeting cards - in context - too?
Donna L
what setting would you recommend for a digital camera ... my white back ground doesn't look white!
Etsy
+Donna L Hi Donna! You'll find a bunch of photography tips in our Seller Handbook: http://etsy.me/1VrloYL
SITI HADIJAH BINTI HAMZAH -
tq for all info...really helpful...
Saljiah Zafirah
thank you =) nice info..
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