When it comes to e-commerce website design, it should not be underestimated the importance of product photography.
After all, if customers can not get the product in their hands to touch, taste, or smell, then the images to work twice as hard to do the sale. You need images that instill confidence in customers and display your product at its tastiest, flashier, blessed or more luxurious. This is ultimately what will force people to “Add to Cart” and thereby increase your conversion rates.
However, there is more to photography than just making good products look great. We should work with images and general design and aesthetics of your website as well, so that the gel everything together well and the pictures look like they were taken just for you. Here are some basic things to keep in mind when you take snapshots product.
Maintaining a simple background – you want the product champion at the end of today’s highly complex and the background and just distract people about the product. Keep it clean and neutral, it will be much easier to achieve a consistent look.
If your products come in a range of different colors or patterns, then you have to show them all. A person can not imagine what that product might look different with different fabric or color, so you paint a picture for your customers with images of each option.
Make sure that the images are of high enough resolution to show detail. Customers want to get up close and personal products when shopping online and shot high precision product shows that you have something to hide. It also gives customers much better than what it will look like in the flesh the idea. This is especially important with clothes.
It can take a time to get the products right to your own shots really help to increase your sales, and convert browsers into buyers. Photos answer questions and reassure customers that they are making the right decision. At the end of the day, more and more people who decide to “Add to Cart” the better it is for business.
If you need a product or service imaging and photography for your website, why not start with the Contact the studio, and we can take it from there?