How you present their clothing online is a challenge for every brand. Decisions have to be made on the styling of the garments, the angles you shoot from, and importantly whether or not you shoot on mannequin or Flat Lay.
Getting great photography is important, but more often than not without a little post-production your photography won’t be great.
There are dangers though when it comes to post-producing your imagery. Do too much to it and it will look fake, too little and you won’t have the best image possible. Then you have to think about your branding, your look and make sure the production on each image is the same so that you get a consistent look across your collections.
For these reasons it is unlikely that any product photography will be left completely untouched, so we have put together a short list of 5 of the most common mistakes people make and how to avoid them.
Plus Size Product Photography in the Studio
The plus-sized market place is still a rather under represented channel in women’s fashion. However, over the last few years it has developed into a thriving market place fulfilling a demand. What was before a rather lacklustre selection is now a demanding fashion channel.