So many times we put things up on eBay to have it never sell. Just about something sells on eBay so what was the problem? The particular problem may have already been your product photo. A new bad picture is a kiss of death for your eBay sales. Just how do you create a product photography that offers?
Decent product photographs are the life blood of your online eBay business. If you don't have compelling professional product photos, you are doomed to failure. Would you want to buy something you could not see first? Neither do people else. Anyone buying something on eBay wants to find the product in detail to know very well what exactly they are buying.
Most items sold on eBay by most people are smaller items, lower than 1 foot by 1 foot. To get a decent photography of your product, you should use what is called a "light box". A light container allows you to take fantastic images of your product, fully illuminated, with really clear detail. This creates the correct amount of light which also helps your camera show the correct color and clarity.
A light box contains a box about 2 foot by 2 foot by 2 foot. It has opaque attributes and top for light. A store bought light box usually comes with 2 high intensity lighting. One for the remaining side and one for the right side. The lights shine in from the attributes. Your product is located in the box. The beginning Best Photo Light Box of this is dealing with you and is how your camera will point out take the picture. There usually is a gray or blue backdrop inside the lightbox so there is not lines to show where the back stops and the bottom begins. One continuous background.
When you are desperate your lights, bring them as near the front as possible so they are lights up the front and sides of your product. Take you photography from the front opening and you will have a professional looking photography to display in your eBay store.
You can get light boxes in a great deal of places (even Walmart used to sell them but I don't know if they still do). Just Google "photography light box". Typically the one at Walmart used to cost about thirty-five dollars. 00 but it could be approximately now. That came with 2 25watt halogen lights with holds, a camera stand, a gray and a blue backdrop and the lightbox itself (made out of nylon) that folds up into a flat carrying circumstance.