Originally uploaded by All Business Auctions
What kind of photography equipment do you use to create images your eBay items for sale?
A Point & Shoot Camera? A Digital SLR? Film?
Do you have a dedicated photo area set up to make the images of the items you earn your living from selling online? Do you skimp on photography because it is to hard to learn how to make a good photograph?
What is the difference between an average photo from an inexpensive digital camera and a photo like this?
Maybe a lot, if you are the buyer, maybe even more if your the seller... IF want to make more money on your listings!
This photo was taken in a dedicated eBay product photo studio in our offices.
Our equipment includes the following:
- Nikon D200 Digital SLR Camera
- Nikon 60mm Micro/Macro f 2.8 lens
- Nikon 18-200mm VR Zoom Lens
- Nikon 105mm f 2.8 Macro Lens
- Alien Bees Strobe Mono Head Flash(es) B400/B800/B1600
- Custom Light Table
- Nikon Capture Software
- Numerous Light Modifiers and Diffusers
- Nikon D70 SLR
- Nikon SB800 Flash
- Nikon SB600 Flash
- Numerous Filters and other Nikon Accessories
- Photoshop CSIII
- Adobe Lightroom
- Intel Mac Pro w/30" HD LCD Monitor
Do we need all of this equipment (and more) to make a simple eBay photo? - The answer may be no... Do we take better and more accurate photographs because of this equipment and software? I think we can say yes.
Do you need all of this equipment all at once? No, in fact if you do not intend on taking a great deal of product photos for your business you do not need all of these items at all. You could accomplish your photo goals with much less...
We are available to answer any questions you may have, just drop a comment below...
Canon vs Nikon?
Don't hesitate, we are happy to help with any questions! If we know, we will answer, if we don't we could find out!