eCommerce Photography Sydney

Our “eCommerce Photography” process is the model of efficiency. Our methodology and processes to produce spectacular eCommerce Photography have been honed for years to deliver spectacular product shots every time. Beautiful and consistent eCommerce photographs will enhance your brand. Trust Wenbo Zhao’s eCommerce photographers to deliver on time, every time.

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White Background Photography

Each product is specially lit to meet the highly detailed specifications of your online store. Stunning imagery is where true eCommerce starts and where sales growth takes flight.

Dark Background Photography

Our eCommerce photographers use advanced techniques like focus stacking and multi-capture compositing to present your products in their best light with sharp contrasts and beautiful hues.

the difference between amature and professional product photography

Professional Retouching

Our professional photo retouching services ensure all packaging blemishes are removed so that products will always look their best. Retouching can be the difference between good vs great ads. Don’t settle for good and contact us now.

eCommerce Photography

We supply eCommerce photo assets for any audience. Files include a full size JPG images that can be used on eBay, Amazon, your Web stores, and for Physical Prints.

What is eCommerce photography?

eCommerce product photography is a photography service for eCommerce brands, that deals with producing high-quality commercial imagery of products for online sale.

How much does an eCommerce photoshoot cost?

How Are Product Photography Services Charged? Rates for product photography cover a wide range: an amateur photographer can charge anywhere between $25 to $75 an hour, with top professionals charging as much as $200 to $500 an hour or $250 to $1,500 per image.

How do I photograph my product for eCommerce?

6 Product Photography Tips (and Examples) for Taking Pictures That Sell

1. Use a DSLR camera, not your smartphone’s camera. …
2. Always shoot from a tripod for photo consistency. …
3. Choose natural light (next to a large window) or artificial studio light
4. Use a white board to fill or bounce your light to soften shadows. …
5. 50mm to 100mm lens works great for a range of product photos
6. Or hire a professional

How do I photograph my product for eCommerce?

Request a Job Quote

Simply fill out the form at the bottom of this page

Image Production

You product will be photographed and the images will go through our professional editing and retouching stage.

Ship Your Products

After you Submit Your Order or get a quote from us, you will receive an order confirmation email with instructions on where to ship your items.

Download Files

We will email you proofs to review and your invoice, once you approved and paid your invoice. We will email you a download links for your files.
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