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ESCALE 004 How to Make Your Product Images High Quality – Brian Guidry pixelz.com
Jan 19 16
Product listings are a key part of selling products online. Having great quality product images boosts conversions, but creating high-quality product images for every single one of your products is difficult.
In this episode of eCommerceScale.com, Brian Guidry from Pixelz.com explains what impacts a store's product image quality and how to ensure your store's image quality is great. Pixelz provides product image editing and retouching services for thousands of customers and allows you to get thousands of images professionally retouched and edited overnight.
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Key Aspects Of Great Product Images
There are a number of factors that impact the quality of product images, but below are a few factors to consider.
Use multiple images to showcase products - Rather than having one main image and one or two alternative images, it's best to have at least five alternative images to showcase your products. This allows you to show different angles of your products and different aspects that certain customers will care about.
Get specific shots to showcase your products - It's not enough just to have multiple shots of your products.
It's important that you consider which shots you need to showcase different aspects of your products that your customers will care about. For example, zoom in on product details like clothing lining or trim detail.
Also, consider using 3D mannequins or ghost mannequin formats for clothing shots. These allow people to see your products in the shape they will be on an actual person without getting distracted by the model or by the mannequin.
(image / data source: http://blog.bigcommerce.com/ghost-mannequin-photography-101/)
Consider using a 3D product spin - In addition to ghost mannequin formats, consider using a 3D product spin. A 3D product spin enables you to show all angles of your product to customers.
Keep product photos consistent on your website - Keep in mind that visitors to your website will usually land on category pages and not necessarily the homepage.
If you make the product image formats consistent within category pages on your site, it makes the page v