The first day of Autumn in the U.S. was just a couple of days ago! Bring on the plethora of PSL’s and in general, all things pumpkin! Also, how’d we arrive here so quickly?! I know I can’t be the only one who thinks it’s crazy we’re only three months out from the Holiday season. WHAT?! Last month on the blog, we chatted about strategizing for the holidays and planning any collections you might want to release in your shop.
A few weeks ago, we tackled 7 Tips For Taking Great Etsy Photos. This week, we’re going to tackle tips on photographing large items specifically. Since our last photography article was aimed more toward Etsy sellers who sell smaller items, we didn’t want our large item sellers to feel left out! 😉 So let’s get down to business!
We’re not sure how summer flew by so quickly around here, but the end is definitely in sight! In light of that, it’s time to start planning for the upcoming seasons. Autumn will be here before you know it and for many Etsy sellers, it brings with it the holiday season. We know you are about to gear up for the craziness to come with holiday collection planning/prepping and we want to help you strategize. Having a solid strategy will help you greatly with attaining Etsy shop success throughout the holidays!
You’ve heard us say it time and time again: your photos matter, so make them good! However, taking great photos for your Etsy shop can be a frustrating endeavor. Especially if you’re not a photographer.