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Maximize Sales on Etsy with Good Photography

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Complete video series demonstrates how to take good photos of your work

Sucessful Etsy.com shop owners  and Fox Chapel Publishing authors Roshaan Ganief and Erin Freuchtel-Dearing, who shared their stories in Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Fall 2011 (Issue 44), cite good photography as the number one way to increate online sales. Here SSW&C studio photographer Scott Kriner explains how to take professional-grade photograhs of your work using a point-and-click camera in your home. Scroll down to view the complete set of twenty-three videos.

 

Video 1: Introduction

 

Video 2: Camera Basics

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Video 3: Camera Overview

 

Video 4: Camera Features

 

 

Video 5: Memory Cards

 

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Video 6: Camera Set-up 1

 

Video 7: Camera Set-up 2

 

Video 8: Camera Set-up 3

 

Video 9: Camera Set-up 4

 

Video 10: Lighting Introduction

 

Video 11: Lowel Ego Overview

 

Video 12: Using a Bounce Card

 

Video 13: Lighting Set-up 1

 

Video 14: Lighting Set-up 2

 

Video 15: Lighting Set-up 3

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Video 16: Lighting Set-up 4

 

Video 17: Lighting Set-up 5

 

Video 18: Lighting Set-up 6

 

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Video 19: Lighting Set-up 7

 

Video 20: Lighting Set-up8

 

Video 21: Lighting Set-up 9

 

Video 22: Shooting Step-by-Step Photos 1

 

Video 23: Shooting Step-by-Steph Photos 2

 

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Bob Duncan Bob Duncan is the Technical Editor of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts and Woodcarving Illustrated. more