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The Crafter's Guide to Taking Great Photos: The Best Techniques for…
by Heidi Adnum
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Sell more of your handmade items with better photographs
Amidst the sea of handmade jewelry, apparel, housewares, art, and other crafts that populate blogs, websites, and online marketplaces, how do you make your items stand out? The key is great photography.
Beautiful handmade items can be undermined by poor or uninspired images that fail to represent the detail and craftsmanship. With The Crafter’s Guide to Taking Great Photos you’ll learn that you don’t need expensive, professional equipment to get quality results. Get simple, practical advice presented with the crafter in mind. Learn to make a lightbox, how to use natural lighting, and how to capture the detail in your work. Broken down into specific craft areas, you’ll find tips on how to best generate eye-catching images that will help sell your items.
Boost your online crafting business with The Crafter’s Guide to Taking Great Photos.
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:07:47 -0400)
"With The Crafter's Guide to Taking Great Photos, you'll learn that you don't need expensive equipment and a professional photo studio to get quality results. Get simple, practical advice presented with the crafter in mind. Inside you'll find the most important fundamentals, including equipment advice, camera settings, composition and styling, evaluation of common problems, answers to frequently asked questions, and practitioner spotlighting. After your work is captured, Heidi Adnum then provides her professional advice on postproduction."--P.  of cover.
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