I find photographing products for the internet, sooooo hard! Nothing ever seems to look as good in the photo as it does in 'real life' And how can you get a good sense of scale and size from the picture alone. I am not adding a ruler / measure to the picture as it doesn't add to the 'scene'.
Putting my head in the shot is not really an option either!
This wreath is quite a large size but really, only the shot with my head in, shows it's size... so i have been around the house looking for appropriate hanging spaces with the right amount of light...
An internet shop needs: clear, colourful pictures that are as 'true' as possible.
The picture needs to convey the size and the 'usage' of a product.
The photo needs to look professional and clean.
It needs to be in focus.
It needs to be cohesive to the rest of your shop.
It need to pop out of the screen and see "LOOK, i am interesting and a bit pretty"
I am often disappointed in my own execution of the shots.
Other shop owners know what i mean??