eCommerce Blog

By the Pixc Team

Expert eCommerce Photography Tips for Shooting Furniture

Yellow chair in corner of wooden floor - photographing furniture

Anyone who has moved into a new house or decided to upgrade their decor will know that buying furniture is a big decision. It has a tendency to be bulky, expensive, and difficult to transport. On top of all of that, furniture tends to stick around – if not for generations, at least for a …

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Photo Editing Requirements for the Top Marketplaces

Laptop and notebook working on photo editing requirements

Your product images can make or break your eCommerce store, so you should make sure to invest in their quality. You don’t have to be a top photographer or have a large budget for photo shoots to get polished photos for your eStore. If you follow a few simple rules about lights, background, and retouching, …

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How to Shoot Jewelry Photography That Shines

Wedding Ring Jewelry Photography

Like all product photography, shooting jewelry for eCommerce comes with its own unique set of challenges. Jewelry comes in all shapes and sizes, from chunky and artsy to delicate and shiny. As a result, your approach to each and every jewelry range you shoot will need to be different. Lighting will have to be adjusted, …

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Handbag Product Photography | How to Get That Perfect Shot

Handbag product photography - how to get the best shot

Shooting accessories for eCommerce can be lots of fun, small enough to move, and let you explore different angles and lighting setups easily, while offering lots of opportunities for expressing your creative side when it comes to art direction. In fact, one of my favorite fashion items to shoot are handbags. They come in all …

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Taking Product Photos for Your eCommerce Marketplace

Taking Product Photos to Sell on Your eCommerce Marketplace

People remember 80% of what they see and 20% of what they read. Images make a huge impact your store’s traction, and making the most of that impact is vital. You can get great images even with modest equipment by following a few golden rules. Let’s take a look at what good photos bring to …

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