Are bad photos ruining your handmade sales?

Product Photography at Home

How to Find the Perfect Light for Your

Handmade Product Photos

Introductory Offer!

Natural Light

Your eGuide on

Is this You?

 

You want to increase your chances of getting more sales and features?

You know you need high quality photos for online selling, but just can't seem to get them right?

 

The thought of product photography leaves you feeling frustrated and overwhelmed?

You're sick of spending hours taking photos of your handmade creations only to find they don't turn out how you want them to?

You want to spend less time taking photos and more time creating products?

If you answered yes to any of the above, then read on.

Hi, I'm Vicki.

Eight years ago I was a handmade business owner struggling to take quality photos for my online stores.   

I knew it was important to have a high standard of photos for online selling, but no matter how hard I tried my photos just didn't turn out the way I wanted.  Consequently, my views, sales and features were not what I wanted either.

I quickly learned it was my photos letting me down and set about improving them.

Already having an eye for detail and being a keen amateur photographer, I had a head start, but I invested in a Photography for Business & Blogging course as well as an Advanced Photography course to help me on my way.  

Before too long I was getting compliments not only on my products, but on my photos as well.  

Vicki - Maker & Photographer

In late 2018 I decided to help other makers with their photos by providing simple and easy to use product photography information that is directly relevant to handmade business owners.  I want to help eliminate the frustration and overwhelming feeling that often goes with DIY product photography.

 

My goal is for makers to enjoy taking photos, rather than it feeling like a chore.

Product Photography at Home

Natural Light

is the first of a series of eGuides designed to help handmade business owners improve the quality of their product photos.  It focuses on using beautiful, natural light and items you may already have in your home.

The first and foremost step with any photography is using the right light.  This step is very important but can be hard to master.

This easy to follow eGuide takes you step by step through the different aspects of light and how they apply to product photography.

You will learn:

  • How different types of light can affect the outcome of your photos

  • Sources and types of light

  • Colour of light

  • Best light for product photography

  • How to manipulate light to make it more usable

  • How to find the perfect light in your home

  • and much more

What's included:

  • Over 40 pages of easy to follow information

  • Numerous photo examples directly relevant to handmade businesses

  • Two tasks to help you identify the perfect light in your home

  • Worksheets to assist in finding the perfect light

"I was amazed to learn how light can have such an impact on my photos and what a difference small changes can make.  Thank you so much for your beautifully presented guide.  It was a pleasure to read, easy to follow and contained more than I expected.   The photographic examples were especially helpful in understanding and seeing the different effects light can have.  I am looking forward to applying the instructions to all of the photos I take and am excited about the outcome."

- Barbara

What You Can Achieve

Understanding light and knowing how to use it is one of the key elements of photography.

Learning how to find and use the right type of light will help you to:-

Have photos that are more attractive to buyers.

Have better quality photos that are lighter, brighter and sharper.

Stop wasting time taking photos in the wrong light, only to have to do them all again.

Start enjoying taking photos instead of it feeling like a chore.

What Makes This Guide Different

With years of experience selling handmade goods, I understand the importance of quality photos for online selling as well as how frustrating and time consuming it can be trying to take your own, especially when you have so many other things to do.

 

My guide has been written in an easy to understand format, especially for handmade sellers.    

 

All information and examples relate directly to selling handmade products, so you can be confident you'll be learning about things specific to your needs.

For a small price the "Product Photography at Home – How to Find the Perfect Natural Light for Your Handmade Product Photos" will be a good investment to help you on your way to taking better photos.

"A beautiful eguide with heaps of information that's easy to follow and understand.  I especially like the included worksheets so I can figure out the lighting in my home."

- Rachael

Frequently Asked Questions

Where will I download the guide?

Shortly after payment you’ll receive an email with a link where you can download your guide.

 

How many pages is the guide?

The guide is 44 pages in total and is a combination of text, sample photos and worksheets.

 

What is your returns policy?

Due to the digital nature of this product, no refunds or exchanges are available.

 

I want to learn more about product photography, can you help with that?

This is the first of a series of guides on product photography for handmade sellers.  Other guides will be coming soon.  In the meantime, if you have any specific questions, please contact me at vicki@vickielle.com.au