It is the photos that encourage people to buy, so they must be
as flattering as possible to ensure coherence with the harmony of the catalogue.
- There must be at least two photos for each item.
- The first photo is the "main photo", the one displayed in
the catalogue and should clearly represent the whole item. It
must be taken face on and always sharp and clear. The product
should not be covered (nothing covering it, nothing inside and with the doors
- The main photo of transparent products, or with transparent parts,
must be taken against a plain white background so that
the result is neat once the photo has been cropped.
- The main photo of lots must show the entire lot so that
the listing is as clear as possible for customers.
- Pay attention to lighting when taking your photos. Daylight
and a photo taken in front of a plain white background really shows off the colours. The use of flash photography makes items look yellow.