1. Product Shots (Merin in the USA)
We've been busy over here getting ready for the new Merin in the USA bags launch. I received the samples and I was asked to do the product shots for the website on a white background.
I had never done product shots before and I thought I would need more equipment, but what I did was get a roll of white paper that I had in my house, waited for the day to be a little cloudy, and I took it outside. I taped the paper on the door and placed the bag in the middle. Because it was a cloudy day, the bag wasn't too bright and didn't have shadows, which worked great.
After I took the pictures I edited them in Photoshop and since the background was white it was very easy to select it and delete it. I was very happy with the result.
Making off product shots:
2. Product Shots update to Website
When the product shots were ready and edited, I uploaded them to the website and added them to the store. I added the verbiage for each product and added the features in the e-commerce.
Screenshots from the backend of the website:
Final product uploaded in the website:
I had to create a simple pdf for the owner to have for wholesalers and personal stuff.
You can see it here.
Total hours: 11.5hours