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E-commerce photos guide: all your visuals from A to Z

What impact does an image have on potential clients? How do you create standardized, innovative visuals in-house for your online storefront?  What are the technical solutions and the latest trends to help you stand out from the competition? Learn the answers in this 2018 guide to e-commerce photos. You’ll find analysis and advice from e-commerce […]

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How to photograph eyewear for online stores?

How to photograph eyewear for online stores? This case study — the first in our new series — gives you all the essentials to produce high-fidelity photographs of eyewear for your online store. It’s based on the expertise of several product photographers, graphic designers and marketing executives. Discover our product photography tutorial. 1- How to photograph […]

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The 5 laws of e-commerce visual attractiveness

To build trust with e-commerce visual attractiveness, it’s crucial to start by following the laws of visual attraction. These include online reviews, product options, promotional campaigns… and especially your visual identity. Here are the 5 laws of visual attractiveness for your e-commerce site. Standardize your communication When you’re browsing an online store, you really don’t […]

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Guidelines and latest trends for your social media product photos

What’s the visual code you need to follow to promote your products on social media? From new trends to technological innovations via artificial intelligence, your social media product photos are more important than ever as the cornerstore of your communication strategy. And in mobile formats, visuals that are reactive and interactive are essential to building a great customer […]

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How to avoid blurry product still photographs

When you create product still photographs, a number of problems with your camera settings can cause blurring. Blur can also be caused by a stabilizing issue or inaccurate adjustments. How do you solve the problem, and which macrophotography techniques can you use to obtain perfectly sharp results with flawless acutance?