The way you photograph your handmade products will impact sales and craft show selections.
Nicole Stevenson shares three simple, yet indispensable tips for getting a better photos of your handmade goods.
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photos are the most important part of your craft show application because they're a reflection of your brand and the professionalism of your business and they're often the first thing that a jury sees as well as kind of the deciding factor that can sway a jury if they're trying to decide between two similar vendors anybody that has a creative business whether you're selling a product or service or you have a blog can benefit from these tips on how to have great photos follow these three easy tips to have stellar photos that will stand out the first step is choosing the best lighting that will really make your product shine natural light great lighting means your product will look great and be easily seen the second tip is choosing the perfect background that's going to highlight your product there are only two elements to your photo the background and your product and if your background is off your photo fails the last thing you want to consider when taking product photos is using props and then styling those crops so that they fit your product and your branding these tips will save you time energy and money and this is a big step in taking your business to the next level for more craft show tips and tricks check out my workshop craft show secrets how to get in make sales and grow your business on creativeLIVE you