As a creative, I bet your biggest challenge (hurdle) is feeling like your photos are interesting enough to make those scrollers on social media STOP. Am I right?
I got you, boo…
I bring over 20 years of experience as a photographer, 14 years as a creative entrepreneur, and 10 of these years shooting products. Things. Not people. I leave that to the portrait photographers.
What can you expect from this book? A step-by-step, along with practical advise, and an action at the end of each short chapter. I want you to become comfortable behind the camera (we even talk about the smartphone! I use one for all social media photos.) I talk about natural light, type of product photography, how to style your photos, editing, and resources to my favorite places to shop for props.
Who’s this for? It’s for the creative entrepreneur who desires great photos for their business/website. It’s for that person who sells online. It’s for anyone who feels their product photos need a do-over.
Here’s a sample of what you will get in this 18-page quick, but packed full of goodness e-book…
2 thoughts on “A Creative’s Guide to Product Photography”
Deb, Do you have a pattern for a simple knit t-shirt?
Hi! Unfortunately, no. I wish I loved knitting garments, but I don’t.