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Knolling Photography

Knolling is a process of arranging objects so they are at 90 degree angles from each other and there are even, parallel lines present.  Then, photographing said objects from above.  This kind of photography organization is very popular on social media, especially on Instagram.  Another name of knolling is “lay-flat” photography.
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Imaging for Amazon Sellers

Over 60% of our clients sell their products on Amazon! Amazon allows up to 8 images per listing. While the typical on-white evenly lit images are a must, it’s the lifestyle images that are a direct result of better conversion rates and a higher overall seller rating.  It’s quite simple: better images equal higher ratings, which in turn places your product on pages where they’ll be found first by customers!

SKUpics Studios product photography stands out in a marketplace like Amazon. The SKUpics Studios photography studios are set up to provide both your main, on-white image and your lifestyle images.  We can even provide hand models!  We have two living room studio set spaces that are ideal for larger products and a countertop with a tiled backsplash that is perfect for kitchen-related products. Continue reading

Price Decrease

SKUpics Studios understands that product imaging can be the most expensive part of launching a new product or product line.  After evaluating all of our costs and competition, we’re passing along our savings to our customers!

We’re pleased to announce decreasing our pricing for 1-99 images, effective February 16, 2017.  Not only are we decreasing prices, but we’re decreasing the turnaround time for up to 99 images from 10-15 business days to 7-10 business days.  We know the faster you get your images, the faster you turn a profit!
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Better than Wrong

A while back one of our clients shared with us the fact that a certain number of the existing pictures on their website were wrong – for one reason or another they no longer correctly represented the product being sold. As we discussed the project prior to beginning the photography we brought up the quality needed for the photos and were told that “just about anything is better than wrong.” I’m certain that the new and replacement photos we were able to provide exceeded this expectation, but there may be a place for “better than wrong” in product photography. Continue reading