She finally got it. She asked for it on her 18th birthday and it slipped away. On her 21st birthday she asked again and even provided a photo. (see below)
This was made (and sold) a very long time ago. (Does it belong to you?)
As an online seller, I truly believe that you can make a fantastic product and if it's not photographed well, your chance of selling is nil. I've blogged about the importance of product photography in previous posts and can assure you that I struggle and rephotograph constantly to get the best possible image.
Why am I saying this? Because my model (a.k.a. my daughter) ran off to school and I have struggled to get great photos. It's my nemesis. So. When said model came for the bag today, I grabbed her and reshot some really crappy pics.
model doing a great job
my sad, sad attempt. (and this was one of the better ones!)
Do you believe that photos are the most important aspect selling online?
If you're an artisan, do you hire out or take it on yourself?