Product Photography for Makers

Are you wanting to improve your product photography but don’t know where to start?

Perhaps just the thought of taking photos makes you feel stressed and overwhelmed.

Or maybe you know the look you’re after but just can’t get it right.

Sound familiar?  I'm guessing it does.


Taking photos for your online business doesn’t have to be a hard, and getting help can often 

save you a lot of time….and frustration!

I know, because I've been there. 

About 9 years ago, I was in your shoes, struggling to come up with high quality, light, bright and airy product photos of the kids bags and accessories I sold in an Etsy store...or tried to sell.   


Once I realised that my bad product photos were the reason for my lack of sales, I invested some time and effort into learning how to improve them.

My photos went from dull and boring, to light, bright and airy and before too long I was getting compliments not only on my products but also on the photos I took of them.  

I want to help you achieve that too.

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In my "Product Photography at Home" eguide series, I share the tips, tricks and techniques I've learnt over the years to create images that sell.  

You'll learn all about light and just how much it can affect the outcome of your photos as well as how to style your images to make them more attractive to the right type of buyers.

Each guide contains easy to understand information written especially for handmade sellers, plenty of example photos as well as worksheets to help you on your way.

What are you waiting for?

  Let me be your guide and help you create beautiful images you’ll be excited to share.


Product Photography at Home


How to Find the

Perfect Light for Your Handmade Product Photos


Product Photography at Home - Styling Se

Product Photography at Home


Tips, Tricks and Techniques for Beautifully Styled Product Photos


Product Photography at Home - Easy Editi

Product Photography at Home


How to Make Your Handmade Product Photos More Appealing to Buyers