Your Product Photography Checklist
So let's look a product photography checklist. Things that you can do right now to start to make a list of things that you can improve. I'm gonna walk you through the questions here real quick and you can write them down and you can pull up one of your product listings that you have right now and start to just think to yourself the changes that you can make. So first question, is the product the main focus in the picture? Is it the main focus? And we get staging is a big thing right now. The popularity of Instagram is a big thing right now, so everybody's staging, and staging is fun. But make sure if you do stage a photograph that the product stays front and center. That the product is the main focus. Does your product, question two. Does your product stand out as the focal point, and can you immediately tell what it is? That's a big question, like I said with blankets, if you get up on top of a blanket and you take a picture of the top fold of a blanket, what's for sale there, I don't...
know. It could be a fabric, it could be a baby blanket, it could be a king sized blanket. You have no idea, but that's what good product photography should do. It should be able to, your visitors should know immediately what the product is and/or what it does. The next question you're gonna ask in your product checklist is is your picture bright and clear? Is it clean and uncluttered? Either of those things is gonna distract. It's going to distract your visitor, distract the buyer. Is it interesting? Does it make you wanna click? Is it appealing? If it were a standalone item, if it were in an art booth, would it pull you from across the room? That's important too, and if your message is consistent, if you use those three adjectives you named to describe your brand, it will do that. It's speaking for you. Your product photography should speak for you, and that leads me to the next question, does that product match the shot? Does that product photography represent the brand message that you've been sharing? Because it's your job to be one brand, one message, and be that consistently. Is your product photography doing that for you? And last question, does that product make sense with the other listings? Do your items make sense, and do they belong together in the same shot? Is the same customer buying all of the different products you have? Will they love everything? Will they wanna keep adding to cart once they get there?