On of the biggest challenges of selling online is trying to get good photographs.
It was one of the main reasons I signed up for the photography class I'm taking.
I have wanted to retake the pictures I have of my bibs forever,
but struggled with exactly how to do it.I wanted to make them stand out from the crowd but still be clear, sharp and not cluttered.
When I was out garage sale-ing one Saturday (the one time a year I go),
I picked up this frame that I thought would be perfect.
I'm not sure I like it.
For sure the white fabric background has got to go.
I've always used white tagboard but I didn't have enough on hand for a full background.
This is what I've had before.
While I loved having a baby pose for me, it is about impossible to get my toddler to cooperate.
As you can see, my coloring is slightly off here.
As soon as I get my act together, I'm going to send some bibs down to a friend of mine.
I'm going to have her take some stock photos to use as the last picture in all the bib listings.
I like being able to show what they look like when worn.
After a few hours of trying different photos, this is what I ended up using.
Not my fav, but it'll do the trick until I figure something else out.
Some day, I'll get it right.