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by:EME LIGHTING     2019-11-25









One of the most important elements of online auction is the photography of auction items.People want to see photos of what they are considering buying.About 90% of all auctions on eBay have pictures.More than 80% of buyers will skip auctions without photos.For example, when an item sold is a rare coin, the value of a photo may exceed 1000 words.Potential bidders can view the coins in close detail and verify the seller's statement description of the item and any certificate of authenticity.Less tangible items like software sell better in auctions that offer Box photos.If there is any damage or defect to the item you sell, please make sure to record it with the picture.If you just become a seller once in a while and you don't have a digital camera, it's very easy and cheap to digitize your 35mm photos.If you will auction photos of your items on a regular basis, you may want to purchase a digital camera.Cheap digital cameras work;3 megapixels are enough for most auction photos.Medium Resolution should be selected when taking online auction photos (e.g. 1024x768 pixels ).This should allow you to get a good clear image without a long upload.When shooting smaller items, use the macro settings on your digital camera so you can get closer to the item.This will create a narrow depth of field that will make your item a clear focus and minimize background interference.Don't worry if your camera won't take extreme close-up photos;You can always crop and enlarge your photos later.Your goal is to make the featured project take as many photos as possible.Choosing the right background for your auction photos can turn regular pictures into powerful sales tools.The most important thing is that the background should not distract people from taking pictures.Your background should be in sharp contrast to your item.Using the background color too light with the light color item causes the picture to appear "wash clean ".Remove any clutter from the camera's field of view and smooth any wrinkles if the fabric background is used.Hardwood floors are a great backdrop for a variety of auction photos as they create warm, natural light in your photos, but do not attract the attention of the items being sold.Supplementing the background of your item will make your photo look professional and will affect the favor of potential bidders for your item rather than other similar products.If possible, try taking some auction photos on cloudy days or indoors close to the window.Natural Soft lighting will show more details in your photos.If you have to work indoors, consider using a tripod so you can get good photos without using the flash.The Flash will cause unnecessary glare when shooting reflective objects.When using an artificial light source, try different light positioning until you get the best lighting possible.If you are taking something in two dimensions, such as a stamp or a baseball card, you will get the most exposed photos to take your items directly.For other more 3D objects, angle shooting allows you to maximize your perception of depth.Try different angles until you find the angle you like.When shooting large auction items like vehicles, many of the rules mentioned earlier apply.The car should be shot from various angles, and the background should be as messy as possible;Garbage in particular, or anything that might leave a negative impression on the value of the vehicle.If you are like most of us, you may not have the right place to shoot cars indoors.Since you will be shooting outdoors, choose the time of the cloudy day or dusk in order to get the best clarity and the most attractive photos.You have to stand back a little bit to get an entire car into the frame, so try to choose a place where no one is going through your background.Now you have some wonderful photos about your item or items for sale, you use a descriptive name (E.G.g., painting_2.JPG).Ebay offers basic and enhanced image services.The enhanced picture service allows you to crop, rotate, and adjust the brightness and contrast of your photos before uploading.You can also upload them to your own web service if you wish;However, eBay asks you to use HTML in your list to display multiple externally hosted images.There are several good websites that offer free picture hosting services for auction sites such as Ebay and Yahoo.The number of pictures you show in the auction will vary depending on the type of items sold and what your competitors are doing.Search some auction listings to see what competitors have done to their photos and how much they have used.Put yourself in the position of a potential buyer;Does your list provide enough visual and text details to make your buyer comfortable when bidding?Will the winning bidder be satisfied that the items they receive are accurately described in your list, leaving better feedback?In a highly competitive market, detailed, professionalLooking at photos can give you the advantages you need to succeed in an online auction.
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