When it comes to the online selling, one of the first things potential customers will notice is the listings photographs. What are some tips to remember to help you with getting great pictures that could help you sell your items?
Make sure that the item is clean—there have been plenty of times I have put taking photographs on hold to either give the item a dusting or a complete cleaning.
Get close to the item you are taking photos of. Getting close up shots of marks, tags and any potential defects go a long way to help you sell the item.
Show how small the item is. Having a good shot of the item that fills the image can be great, but there will be a time when you need to include something like a ruler to show how small the item truly is. Another item that I use is an apple to help show the scale—people will have a good idea how big common items like apples or even coins are.
This is a small handful of tips when it comes to taking photographs of the items that you are going to sell online. What other tips have you run across?