Photography Composition for successful Entrepreneurs - Engaging Photography that converts
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a stunning product picture is worth a thousand website visits and most likely a lot of conversions.The purpose of this course is to teach you how to create product photography that turn your customers into loyal followers and that will increase your sales and profits without being a professional photographer.
We will walk you through the entire process of producing photograp that help you grow your online business.This course is not just about how to take good photos but about all the technical and strategical planning behind a successful online business.
We created this course to teach eCommerce professionals how they can save money, reduce costly delays, and take the control back from the constraints of overpriced photographers. Learn how to take high quality white background product photos at home with basic equipment and simple photography concepts.
Increase your product sales and conversions
Save thousands of dollars in photo-shoots
Retouch images like a Professional Photographer
Build an effective product page and optimize it for maximum conversions
Know what Photography equipment you need, even if you are on a budget
Improve your online business presence
Learn more about Photography Composition
Job Assurity: Placement Support. Assist you to get JOB in top MNC’s, Mid & Small scale Companies
Resume Preparation Support
Conducted 2 to 3 Mock Tests
Mock Interviews to increase your confident level
You have opportunities to work on Real time Case Studies
The importance of Product Photography for Entrepreneurs
Photography Basics: Understanding the Terms and Techniques
Types of Product Photography
Time to edit your photos
Saving your Images
Creating your Photography Style Guide
Photography and Social Media
Product Specific Photography Tips
Styling tips for product photography
Students who complete this course have the following career options
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Nature Photography + Landscape Photography
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However, for those who are looking for the absolute best in image quality, performance, and features, I’ve put together a list of the top 10 digital single lens reflex — DSLR — cameras.
For producing product photos and videos, the main features of a DSLR camera that you should look for are the following.
1. Nikon D800: $2,800. The current “King of Resolution,” the D800 features a full-frame 36 megapixel sensor, the highest DSLR resolution on the market. A “full-frame” camera means the size of the digital photo sensor is effectively equal to 35mm film, long considered the industry standard. But it’s not only about the resolution, this camera also provides high-quality video and a superb 51-point autofocus system.
2. Nikon D600: $2,000 The D600 is Nikon’s entry-level full-frame camera that packs a very respectable 24 megapixels. The sensor is rated very high, being beaten only by the D800. Yet the smaller files — compared to the D800’s — will save hard drive space if you shoot a lot of images.
3. Nikon D7100: $1,200The D7100 is one of Nikon’s best crop sensor DSLRs. In contrast to full-frame cameras, a “crop sensor” DSLR has a photo sensor that is smaller than standard 35mm film. However, this camera is packed with the latest technology and it’s also cheaper than the full-frame models. Nikon dropped the use of an optical filter in this model, which makes it more prone to undesirable moiré (or aliasing) patterns when shooting items with fine patterned detail. For clothing shots you might want to look at the D7000 or D5200 models.
Video mode on most Nikon camera can be easily activated by switching to “live view” on the back of the camera that shows both a “still mode” and “video mode” and then pressing the red record button on the top.
Most Nikon cameras have a "live view" switch for video mode.
Canon EOS 5D MK III
4. Canon EOS 5D MK III: $3,500. One of the most versatile cameras available, the Canon EOS 5D MK III is the successor to the 5D MK II, which made DSLR video popular. It has been used in Hollywood film production and TV studios. The MK III ups the video quality and features, so if your focus is on video, then the 5D MK III is for you. Its 22-megapixel full frame sensor also provides outstanding quality stills.
Canon EOS 6D
5. Canon EOS 6D: $2,000. This is Canon’s entry-level full-frame camera, but it has some nice features, such as WiFi. This enables you to control the camera through your smartphone and send your images directly to your computer. The 20-megapixel sensor provides great image quality in stills and video.
Canon EOS 70D
6. Canon EOS 70D: $1,200.The EOS 70D features a 20-megapixel crop sensor that is less expensive than Canon’s full-frame offerings. But it is packed full of useful features like WiFi and live image processing filters. Its newly developed sensor also allows for accurate autofocus tracking during video recording.
Canon EOS Rebel T3i
7. Canon EOS Rebel T3i: $500. The EOS Rebel T3i is an 18-megapixel crop sensor camera that’s one of the cheaper options from Canon. It may be lower in megapixel count but still features enough video options and high image quality to be a good choice for the budget conscious.
Most modern Canon cameras have a switch and button on the rear of the camera to enter video mode.
Most modern Canon cameras have a video mode switch.
Sony ALPHA SLT-A99V
8. Sony ALPHA SLT-A99V: $2,800. While Sony hasn’t been in the market as long as Canon and Nikon, they make very good cameras and sensors. A lesser-known fact is that Nikon’s D800 and D600 use Sony technology. Sony’s top-end model, the SLT-A99V, features a full-frame 24-megapixel sensor with a whole host of video features. The camera offers good value but the system doesn’t have as many lenses available right now.
Sony ALPHA SLT-A77
9. Sony ALPHA SLT-A77: $1,500. Sony cameras don’t offer as many full-frame options. But Sony’s crop cameras, like the SLT-A77, are highly competitive. The A77 features a 24-megapixel sensor, with a vast array of video options. Sony’s SLT technology also provides better autofocus during video recording.
Sony ALPHA SLT-A65
10. Sony ALPHA SLT-A65: $750. The SLT-A65 offers the same 24-megapixel sensor as the A77 but cuts down on the autofocus points and frames per second to give a less expensive package for those on a tighter budget.
Most Sony cameras have the video mode button at the top near the viewfinder, similar to where they are found on Canon cameras. The button requires a single press and has no switch.
When it comes to take product photography, things are not as easy as that.
Let me give you some tips to take successful product photographs:
You want your customers to get the clearest picture possible, both literally and figuratively, when it comes to your products, and high quality photos are an integral part of achieving that.
Showcase your product by displaying pictures from different angles and from different proximities to give customers a feel for what the product will be like, in person. This will help customers to decide on their purchase as well as create customer experiece.
Make sure you invest in a tripod; it is a must-have accessory when taking product pictures! You won’t be able to get sharp pictures if you hold your camera in your hands (risk of shaking hands…)
Reflectors also is an important equipment. It helps reduce shadows, and therefore a better quality picture!
Find out what you want as a background and lighting you want for the product, as well as the setting.
ISO settings change your camera’s sensitivity to light. The higher the ISO number, the more light the camera can take in... However, high ISO also mean that images will look grainy, so when do product photography, we want to set ISO to the lowest rating possible (which will usually be ISO 100 or ISO 200).
Set your camera to the highest image size possible. The bigger the image size, the better results you’ll se when editing with Photoshop (as there are more pixels for the program to work with).
You don’t really need anything else other than the standard JPEG/JPG format. If you’re an advanced photographer, you can use the RAW file format which is more flexible in terms of post-production. For example, you can change white colour settings AFTER you take your image with no quality loss whatsoever. But RAW format requires using special software so if you’re not an advanced photographer, stay with JPEG for now.
The last step is to adjust your timer. The timer is used to avoid any shakiness when you take pictures. If your camera has an adjustable timer, set it to the lowest option possible (usually, 3 seconds).
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All the best!