Hello Creators! 

Product photography is essential for any small business that wants to sell their products online. High-quality photos help you:

👉Showcase your products in the best possible light
👉Attract customers
👉Boost sales
Photography that sells
But, it can be difficult to know where to start. That’s why we’ve put together this blog post to show you how to take bestseller product photography.
  • Here are a few tips to get you started:
  • Firstly, don’t be afraid to get it wrong. It’s like the first pancake: the first few pictures you take probably won’t be very good (we’ve all been there!) But you have to take those bad photos to learn how to take good ones. Keep going, trial and error, until you find your groove. 
  • The next most important tip is good lighting. Even a blobfish looks pretty cool in the right lighting. It will help your products look their best, and if possible, try to use natural light rather than fluorescent or flash.
  •  Use a tripod – tripods can help you keep your camera steady and prevent blurry photos. 
  • Set up a simple background. A plain white background is best for most product photography. It will make your products stand out and be the focal point of the photo.
  • Another option is lifestyle photography. This is a great way to show how your product can be used in real life. Don’t be afraid to hold your product to show scale, or place it in a common setting such as a living room or kitchen.
  • It’s also a good idea to learn the rule of thirds. 
  • Basically, you should always divide your shot into 3 equal parts both vertically and horizontally. Place your subject or more important details off-centre, leaving the other 2/3 open. This helps draw the viewer’s eye into the whole composition rather than just the centre.
  • Take multiple photos. Don’t be afraid to take multiple photos of your products from different angles. This will give you more options to choose from when editing your photos.
  • Once you’ve taken your photos, you should use a photo editing software to enhance them. We recommend Adobe Lightroom and VSCO.


 We hope these tips help you on your photography journey! We can’t wait to see your gorgeous cards in all their glory.

 Happy snapping!