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How to Photograph Your Collections

How to Photograph Your Collections

So wait, you mean photography isn’t your only hobby? You do other things with your time besides take pictures? Shocking!

Okay, I confess. I have other hobbies too. Most people do. But have you ever considered that you might be able to combine your passion for photography with your passion for your other hobbies? It’s true! And here’s how to do it.
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A Primer For Photographing Glass Objects

A Primer For Photographing Glass Objects

Intermediate If you’ve spent any time experimenting with studio lighting, you can probably guess (or maybe you know from first-hand experience) how challenging it is to shoot photos of glass objects. Glass has a highly reflective surface, which means that you can’t light it the same way you light other subjects. But if you really want to develop an understanding of light and how to work with it, this is a challenge I urge you to undertake, and to keep working at until you get some good results. The ability to shoot glass objects well is a skill that will also help you in your other photographic pursuits.
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Great Photos To Sell Your Car

Great Photos To Sell Your Car

We baby them. We wash them. We buy them accessories. No doubt about it, we humans love our cars. We love them so much that we include them, to a certain degree, in our family records. Who doesn’t have a photo of himself holding the keys to his brand new car? Or one of the kids sitting in the back seat on a road trip? Our cars are a big part of our lives, so it’s almost a given that they deserve some space in the family album.

But here’s the funny thing about cars—they’re ubiquitous. Every city street has got parked cars, moving cars, sitting-in-traffic cars and everything in between. If you’re going to photograph your car—or any other car—you have to do something to make it look different from all those other, run-of-the-mill cars. You have to make it seem special, unique and worth looking at. So for this lesson, let’s focus on capturing some really stand-out photos of cars.
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Ebay Photography: Large Items

Ebay Photography: Large Items

So you’ve got a nice big guitar sitting in your closet collecting dust. You gave it up a long time ago, and you know that unless you do something soon, it’s just going to sit there for a few more years. If you want to sell that guitar on Ebay, you’ll need to brush up your Ebay photography skills. In this short article, I’ll teach you how to take pictures of large items so you can sell them on Ebay.
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Ebay Product Photography: Small Indoor Items

Ebay Product Photography: Small Indoor Items

We all have stuff lying around. It’s the little things we keep in our houses, the knicknacks, the paddywhacks, and the digital appliances we don’t use anymore. Why not sell them on Ebay, make a little money, and clear up some space? You can get a better return on small indoor items when you take crisp and clean pictures using a photo studio. In this article, I’ll show you how.
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How to photograph your car so it will sell on Ebay

How to photograph your car so it will sell on Ebay

So, you want to sell your car on Ebay? It’s a tough market, and buyers are very skeptical, but you can make it happen with a lot of hard work. Aside from being as candid as possible about any defects or imperfections in your product, a few “glamour shots” of you car can really help to seal the deal. In this article, you’ll learn everything you need to know to make your car look more appealing to otherwise wary buyers.
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How To Sell Your Jewelry on Ebay

How To Sell Your Jewelry on Ebay

Looking to sell aunt Mable’s brooch on Ebay? It’s best to take your time and get the best images possible. Jewelry is a very high valued, high profit margin item to sell on Ebay. Because it is so valuable, it’s important to get every detail right. With a small and inexpensive studio setup, you can get professional grade jewelry images using your own point-and-shoot or digital SLR camera. Here’s how.
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