My Top Five Basic Photography Tips for Beauty Blogging

Photography Tips For Beauty Bloggers

Howdy Bloggers…

Today I thought I’d tackle a slightly different topic opposed to my usual make-up rants & cosmetic capers as over the past few weeks I’ve had a handful of emails relating to queries & advice on a diverse range of blog topics. Now although I don’t (by any stretch of the imagination) consider myself to be an expert on the subject, occasionally I’ve been complimented on my blog piccies *blushing furiously* So considering I haven’t posted a few virtual pointers in quite a while I thought this was fun one to cover. If you’re new to blogging or just simply enjoy reading the musings of others then get comfy as I share my Top 5 Tips on the basics of blog photography…

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Equipment

From experience, if you’re thinking of investing in a camera make sure it’s something you’ve seriously thought about before hand. Deals can be luring, but when you’re lumped with something you rarely use 6 months later it’s pretty disheartening. Okay, let me explain: a few years ago I treated myself to a sparkly new Fuji bridge camera – which is pretty much mid range between compact & DSLR. Bringing it home I was literally bursting with excitement to get started on taking awesome shots of little projects & day trips, however it wasn’t long before the excitement wore off as I’d quickly deemed it big, bulky & far too heavy to carry around on trips out and about. Instead what effectively was a superb camera ended up spending 95% of it’s existence nestled in a box at the bottom of my craft drawers… thankfully it found it’s forever home elsewhere and is no longer abandoned amongst glitter glue & crepe paper. Needless to say it wasn’t a match made in heaven but instead highlighted how I’d been lured in by such a tempting deal that I simply hadn’t thought of one important factor = me – the user! So before you rush to your local gadget store ask yourself the following few questions:

1) What is the camera intended on being used for?

2) Is it going to be solely used at home or out and about?

3) Is it purely for product shots or are you going to eventually want to invest in specialist lenses?

4) Will you be using the camera for vlogging? If so, do you want something lightweight & perfectly portable or is a handy-dandy little camcorder (that takes great still shots) possibly better suited to your needs?

Sure, DSLR’s are undoubtedly the top of their game with a range of pin sharp (and verrry expensive) additional lenses, but if like me you prefer something a little more handbag-friendly then it could be worth while saving hard for an outstanding compact. Canon, Panasonic & Sony seem to be the market leaders in this field at the moment with a range of outstanding mini gadgets that capture picture-perfect images. Thankfully you’ll not be short on choice & there’s often great deals available as new models constantly arrive on the market.

I use the Sony Handy-Cam CX330 not only is it perfect for recording videos, it takes pin sharp pictures with its 9.2 MP stills which is more than ample for capturing amazing images!

Sony CX300

It also a good idea to have a look at some other equipment that might help you achieve the best possible shots. For product photography I’d always recommend a handy little desk tripod – especially if shaky hand syndrome is something you’re lumbered with! You can pick these baby tripods up for pocket money on the likes of E-bay or Amazon, however do take time to carefully read the reviews as the term ‘you get what you pay for’ is oh-so-true when you’re the proud owner of a worthless piece of cheap plastic that’s only fit for the recycling heap.

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Backdrop, Props & Presentation

These three things can make such a difference to your picture looking interesting and just okay. Backdrops can always be a challenge creatively, especially if you ain’t blessed with a huge amount of set-up space. From my own experience, when photographing a lot of items sometimes it’s actually best to go with a neutral background – that way all the attention is kept focused on the products. Having a busy backdrop & a range of colourful cosmetics can often be too much to take in as opposed to keeping the reader focused on the subject you’re talking about.

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It’s also good to note that when you’re taking a picture & your backdrop includes a room setting, it’s more than likely readers eyes will wander eagerly over every little detail that’s totally irrelevant to your post. Before you upload your picture to the inter-web check there’s no mountains of dirty washing lingering in the back ground, a clutter of empty cups strewn across your window sill or visible letters/packages with your address – you get the picture, right? Some things are better out of sight… it’s so easy to overlook these details when you’re pressed for time or eager to get a great snap without realising what others take notice off.

Example

When it comes to choosing props for your photography keep them tied into the colours and theme of what you’re capturing. If (for example) your’re reviewing an organic conditioning treatment then fresh flowers can be a pretty addition. If it’s a relaxing spa treatment then tea lights add a great soothing effect, especially when slightly out of focus in the background. Some of my previously used props have included flowers, pebbles, candles, confetti, fairy lights & glossy magazines… the list goes on! Having visual features that tie in but aren’t too distracting can really add pretty detail that makes your image look so much more professional & appealing.

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I have to admit, one of my all time bug-bearers is reading a super review yet the product shots look utterly dire *face palm* Yes, these things live in our make-up bags/ drawers/cabinets/shelves or whatever else they’re stored in or on. We’re all aware they’re used daily & therefore get grubby looking but for crying out loud give them a wipe before trying to entice others into learning more about them. A foundation bottle smeared with splatters of make-up, an eye-shadow palette smudged in dusty remnants or a mirror reflecting sticky finger prints ain’t going to impress anyone. Okay, so we’re not exactly rubbing shoulders with the editors of Glamour mag but if you’re hoping to capture the attention of other readers then standards gotta be set. If anything, think about the potential brands & companies that may stumble upon your blog with intent of approaching you for an exciting opportunity… they just might reconsider if the overall presentation looks like a toddler has raided your beauty stash.

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Ps: If you’re really pushed for space check out my budget friendly tutorial on how to ‘Create Your Own Mini Photo Studio’!

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Lighting

My evil nemesis. Unless you’re surrounded by expensive photography lights & paparazzi style external flash units you’ll more than likely to be in the same boat as the rest of us – wrestling with a dimly lit room and those pathetic energy saving light bulbs! However the best lighting is always natural… thankfully the front rooms in my house are always well illuminated in the morning & early afternoon. Luckily for me my bedroom is pretty bright and airy so lighting isn’t often too much of a problem for taking pictures of smaller items. However as I have work commitments during the early part of the day, all my images have to taken on a weekend morning to ensure I get the best lighting possible. Come the winter time when dark skies are upon us there’s only one thing for it – to dust off my trusty Ikea desk lamps & work it as best I can. Thankfully the results are actually pretty impressive, considering they cost a mere £5 each and are easily stored away under the bed when not needed. If you’re thinking of investing in a temporary fix it’s always better to buy in pairs to help avoid nasty background shadows. If you’re shopping for bulbs make sure you buy ones that are as close to natural day light as possible. It might cost an extra couple of quid but you’ll be well impressed with the results.

Props and products

Editing

Now this is where the real magic happens. Getting as great a photo as possible merely cuts down on the amount of work you have to put in at the end. There’s literally hundreds of editing packages available for you to choose from however if you’re a beginner I’d highly suggest starting off with the likes of Pic Monkey. Aren’t familiar with it? Then you’re missing out. You can change colours, brightness, tones, add filters, add text, add shapes/banners/arrows… the list goes on. If you feel you’re using it regularly enough you may even want to upgrade to their Royale package which stops all the annoying ad banners flashing in the sidebar and opens up a whole range of new and exciting options that will enhance your end result and bedazzle your readers!

Editing photos

Just keep in mind when you’re editing a photo (especially if it’s a make-up review) that you’ll need to avoid using any colour changing filters otherwise the product may not end up looking anything like what it originally does in real life. The whole point of reviewing something is to give an accurate reflection of how good, bad or ugly the product really is. If someone rushes out to buy a lippy based on your article only to discover it’s a totally different colour (thanks to a filtered image) you could end up with a disgruntled blog buddy who won’t be too keen to take your advice in future!

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Learn it!

Finally, if you’re really serious about getting the most out of your camera or learning how to create the best digitally enhanced images then why not check out what short courses are available at your local college? My local campus runs short 6 week courses that cover virtually everything you need to know on capturing great photos & mastering editing skills… who knows, it may even turn into a new and exciting career venture!

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Do you have any handy photography tips for beginner bloggers or anyone hoping to tidy up their photography skills? If so do let us know in the comments below what works best for you! Otherwise, do stop & say a quick hello, we always enjoy a chatter here on Confetti & Curves 🙂

Happy Monday chums…

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138 thoughts on “My Top Five Basic Photography Tips for Beauty Blogging

  1. Fab post. I always struggle with my pictures and I’m a keen photographer lol. I’m good photographing people but objects is a whole different ball game xx

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    • lol Mecia, I’m the oppposite of you – can’t photograph people at all but not (too) bad at tackling products. lol I guess having a hubby as a part-time pro photographer can have it’s advantages – though often I’m too stubborn to listen to his advice lol X

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      • Your products pics are awesome. Both me and my partner do photography but he is more into architecture so he is always the one set up my pics lol. X

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      • See our men really do come in handed behind the lens lol lol That’s wonderful you’re both into it Mecia… I do what I have to and not a click more lol However thank you so much – though I put that down to pic monkey – not me!!! haaa 😀 xxxx

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  2. Another fantastic post!! Photography is so important! Just like anything else it’s something that is a “must” learn and do. If I see someone trying to better their photos I’m good, if I should see a hot mess aka backgrounds ,fingerprints I’m out asap! I hope many people read this! Plus making a light/photo box doesn’t have to be hard as some may think. 🙂

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    • Awwh thank you so much 🙂 Honestly i’m by no means camera savvy but I always enjoy reading others tips and seem to enjoy sharing my wee pointers too lol Yes, the hot mess & smudged finger prints just send me doo lally haaaa! Ooh gosh – just read your post on your poor foot, hope you’re okay 😦 Sounds so darn painful *ouch* XXXX

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      • I just went off on a rant which I try not to do, that bloggers should be helping each other not all worried about being copied. I believe we should be sharing tips and even constructive criticism. Seeing you take the time to also share important tips in my head I was “Hell yes!” 🙂 xxxxxxxx.. Heck I am always working on my blog page so someday it will look better.
        Oooo yes my foot isn’t doing too good. Staples are long so went in almost an inch deep. Been too sick to get out of bed. So if not better by later today I’ll definitely be going to the hospital so they can check for infection. As bad as my foot hurts who on earth would pretty much staple a Croc to one’s foot? Why not a Jimmy Choo? Because I am me is why..LOLOLS!!😄😄

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      • Oooh I’ve been prone to a few rants myself huni – you’re never alone in that one!!! lol all for tips & constructive criticism – it’s a learning curve & we’re all in the same boat eh 🙂
        Oh my goooooossh with the staples 😦 That is MEGA deep – definitely a trip to hospital, they may even need to give you shots just in case!!! Yes, well – I was thinking of all the shoes to staple to your foot… a rubber one?! Next time leave a nice pair of Manolo Blahniks lying at the back door so at least you’re stapled in style right?! lol lol Awwwh, poor you – hope you make a speedy recovery!! XXX

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      • Yes, definitely would have been okay had it been McQueen, Blahniks or LBVs stapled to my foot. Croc’s ugh… At least they belong to someone else. Ha! 😀
        Thank you, I hope my foot gets better soon. Supposed to go see Dave Lackie & Nina Westbury on Thursday but might have to cancel.. we’ll see I guess.. xxx

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      • lol lol – is it bad that I find those little rubber clogs ridiculously comfy? haaaa Shocking – don’t tell a soul!! lol Oooh I hope you don’t have to cancel… that would be a heck of a downer 😦 Xxx

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      • Oh there’s not a doubt Croc’s or similar are uber comfy so no shame!! 😀
        As for the event with Dave & Nina it turns out it’s tomorrow. Plus my father hasn’t been well so between my foot & keeping an eyeball on him I just fired an email off to Dave that I won’t be able to attend.. 😦
        Xxxxx

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      • lol Yes, the rubber clogs do have their comfy appeal I admit 😀
        Oh no – sorry to hear you can’t go! Hopefully there will be a next time – clearly just not mean’t to be huni. Hope your foot is a bit better (and your dad too of course!!) *hugs* Xxxx

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      • I agree, just not meant to be for this time around. Thank you for the well wishes!!
        (I’m just trying to get caught up on a few thing’s then I’ll fire you off an email! 😀 )
        Hope you are having a fantastic day thus far! xxxxx

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      • Oo fantastic!! I am feeling so far behind I am starting to wonder if I am ahead lol!!! Such an exciting colab idea that I am excited. Have a 3 day long conference starting on Friday so trying to get my face & everything else prepared. Whoo ya! You also use the word “anyhoo”…meant to be/meet! 😀
        XXXXX

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      • lol Me too huni!! Yes, I agree – very exciting indeed 🙂 Oooh what a mighty conference – 3 days… that’s a biggy!! Hope your poor foot holds up to it *ouch* Keeping fingers (and feet) firmly crossed lol Aaah we are Anyhoo Twins – MEAN’T TO BE INDEED!!!!!! 😀 hehe XXX

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      • It’s official!! I’m getting old. My old lady back is killing me.. Foot doing better. Wore my 7″ heels today making me…well 5’11 plus 7″ lol! An Amazon! *lol*
        Hope you are having a great weekend!! 😀 xxxxxxx

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      • LOL Yay for the foot!! Especially if you can now manage your 7″ heels!!!! Heck that’s gotta add some height – shall keep vigil for news reports of giant woman on the loose… at least I’ll know who it is lol 😉 Having a lovely weekend – hope you are too XXXX

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  3. Hi great post 😉
    Im going to have to take what you said about cameras into consideration as im debating wither to ask my parents for a DSLR ( like my aunties amazing canon ) or an Hand held camera for better video’s 😉
    Also have you heard of the Canon EOS 1200D as that is supposed to be an all round good one 🙂
    Have a great Day / Night XX

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    • Thanks so much for the lovely comment huni 🙂 So glad you enjoyed the post! My hubby has the canon 1200D and he loves it – I have to say the images are phenomenal and the recording quality is second to none! I just opted for a smaller camera because I know the heavier ones just don’t suit me to carry round unfortunately & seeing as hubby has a DSLR I didn’t think I’d need one too!! hope you make the right choice – just think of your needs & what you’ll want to do with it 🙂 Happy camera shopping XXX

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    • Hey Molly – thanks for stopping by huni!! 🙂 I think we’re all on that learning curve of trying to improve certain things – that’s the beauty of blogging, it allows us to to perfect our crafts as & when we can 🙂 XXXXX

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  4. Great post as always, Karen! My old apartment had the best lighting because I had this big patio door. Basically any part of the living room was good to shoot in (depending on the time of day, anyway. Angle of the sun could equal weird shadows otherwise) I’m going to try to use your tips as I figure out lighting in this place 🙂

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    • Thank you so much huni 🙂 Oh I love bright airy rooms with lots of windows and light – it sounds perfect!!! Glad you found this useful – hope you’re keeping well chum X

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  5. This was quite wonderful little tips Karen! Actually, on some of my photos, I take pictures with some of my crap in the background. But I try to cut some of the stuff out of the pictures. Happy Monday Funday cone day 🙂 xoxo

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  6. Great tips as usual Karen! Always great to have these tidbits of information handy. I agree, it irks me to see makeup that is splattered and such in pics. I think the only acceptable time for this is when you are working backstage since it gets totally chaotic with everyone rushing. I once helped out at USC with makeup for their winter dance production and my space was sort of like that except a bit neater. It’s always a good idea to wipe down your makeup anyway. 🙂

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    • Thank you so much huni 🙂 I totally agree – there’s always a time and a place where makeup is going to get used, grubby, smeared etc but a for product pics taking a moment to wipe it down makes everything look a heck of a lot more presentable 🙂 Xx

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  7. OMG I hateeeeeeeeee seeing messy backgrounds in pictures! My whole house could look like a tornado just hit it but you best believe you won’t know by looking at one of my pictures lol. The dirty makeup pics get my goat too. Sometimes you can’t help it cause the packaging just wont effing clean, but at least try! Wonderful list as always!!!

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    • Kaaaaaily!!! How the heck are you huni… your posts have totally disappeared from my news feed! Just visited your new site and it is looking absolutely gorgeous! I LOVE the name ❤
      Haaa mine too – kids really know how to keep you busy on laundry/mess/toys thrown everywhere lol But like you I always check my back drop for choas and get it cleared – maybe I take in too much detail looking at other's pics, too nosey for my own good *rolls eyes* 😉
      Oh I HATE awkward frickin packaging – so annoying but hey at least we try as you say 😀 Do I need to re-subscribe to anything to bring you back to my WordPress Wall?! Xo

      Ps: thanks so much for stopping by & leaving such a lovely comment 🙂

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      • 🙂 I haven’t been posting as often and Gabriel and I have both been sick off and on for a few weeks. Add that to work, school and other mommy chores (preaching to the choir, I know, haha) and I’ve sort of been half assing everything. I don’t know why I’m not showing up in anyones feed anymore! I plan to reach out to WordPress about it shortly. In the mean time, I created this tutoral last week for anyone wanting to add me to their feed the pain in the ass way haha : http://www.hellokaily.com/2015/05/28/how-to-add-non-wordpress-com-blogs-to-your-wordpress-com-reader-feed/

        It’s actually pretty easy. I like to add all of my favorite non-wordpress blogs here so I can keep up with everyone in one neat place 🙂

        And lastly we must both be nosey cause I do the same 🙂

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      • Oh poor you 😦 Flip when it hits the house it does the rounds! Em’s is off school at the moment with a viral infection too which has my whole work shifts up the left as my mum lives miles away & rest of family all work too! Always a juggling act! Thankfully she’s a bit brighter today so fingers crossed, though I’m just waiting on the damn virus hitting me *sob* Hope you lot are on the road to recovery too!!
        Thank you sooo much for updating me and posting the link – I’ve shared it on Twitter too as no re-blog option etc but hopefully it might help others that need to do the same thing! I had noooo idea you could do that on the feed… this makes life a WHOLE lot easier lol
        Glad I ain’t the only nosey bird around here haha Thank you again for sharing that link – so helpful chum!!! XXX

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  8. Great tips Karen! Editing is very important! Especially for me having limited lighting. I always have to brighten up my pictures so they don’t look so dull lol. I have designated a special place for taking pictures and use 2 huge pieces of white poster board that I got really cheap. One for my items to sit on and one for the background. I actually have been taking pretty decent pictures with my phone lately. So you don’t always need a super expensive camera. Great post! Thanks for sharing with us Karen! I hope you’re having a great Monday! ❤ XXXXX

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    • Thank you chummy – you’re always such a gem with your encouraging words 🙂 Lighting can be such a struggle Katie – unless you invest in expensive lighting kits etc it usually just ends up down the the editing package *sigh* Poster board is awesome stuff for piccies and if you have a decent phone they are brill! Your pics always look amazing anyways Katie – you have it in the bag girl 😉 hehe
      Awwh thank you again for such kind words – you’re a gem 🙂 Hope you’re having a super monday too huni ❤ XXXXX

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      • Awe well thank you so much! I have been trying my best to improve my pictures as much as I can. You’re pictures always look awesome! My Monday has been pretty uneventful lol. I hope yours is a little more exciting than mine. 🙂 ❤ XXXXXX

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  9. Lighting is definitely my evil nemesis too…my apartment doesn’t get much natural light so I usually try to shoot outside on my patio. Which is fine in the summer, but during the winter when it’s raining nonstop and gets dark at 4 pm, this no longer works. Thank god for PicMonkey! Editing is a necessity. I also really like Canva for graphic design…often I will edit in PicMonkey and do the overlays/text in Canva. Thanks for sharing your tips, Karen!

    xo Mil
    https://southbynorthwestblog.wordpress.com/

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    • It really is a tricky on Mil – to be honest something we pretty much all battle with! Especially come winter – sooooo frustrating lol Yep, Pic Monkey literally is such a handy tool for lightening & brightening 😀 Canva seems great for text overlays etc – I don’t use it nearly enough!!
      You’re so welcome huni – thank YOU for reading 🙂 XXXX

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    • Wow, thank you SO much. That’s one of the biggest compliments a blogger could hope to read – you’ve absolutely made my week with that!! 🙂 Chuffed to bits huni – thank you for stopping by & being so darn encouraging *hugs* X

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    • Haaaaa haha you’re such a hoot Tay 😀 Well I guess if you’re into half empty packs of baby wipes and pj’s dumped at one backside lol lol Hope you’re keeping well lovely lady hehe ❤ XXXXX

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    • Oh really?! It must be quite a struggle! Do keep us posted on how you get on or if you have any solutions or tips of your own to share – would love to read them 🙂 Thanks so much for stopping by!! XX

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  10. I love this post! Sometimes we overlook at things but post like this definitely helps. Thank you Karen!
    I would say less is more.. so when it comes to photography I do agree keeping things simple so the focus is on the product.

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    • Awwh thank you so very much – I’m so chuffed you enjoyed it!! I like a minimalistic look too Nazneen… honestly, I believe less is more when it comes to product photography especially. Keeps the eyes focused on the subject & has a very clean look 🙂 Great minds think alike eh hun?! lol XX

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  11. Such a great post blogging twin (I did one similar but not nearly as good a couple of days ago…ofcourse). I am so looking forward to building that permanent mini foto studio as soon as I have moved and have more space 😀
    xx Anne

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    • So welcome Amanda – thank you for stopping by lovely 🙂 Oooh yes, it’s pretty much 99% of a bloggers photography struggles *grrr* Thank heavens for editing packages – especially come winter when natural lighting is a nightmare! XXX

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  12. Great post! I’ve recently moved and I’m still getting used to the lighting. There’s very little natural sunlight to use in my photos so artificial lighting is all I’ve got. I want to make that light box you have pictured. I’ve seen other bbloggers use them too so maybe that’ll be my project this weekend. Thanks! 🙂

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    • Hi lovely 🙂 Thank you so much for stopping by! Oh sounds like you have a battle with lighting too – I’m lucky that summer is okay but winter is disaster zone with grey skies looming over head *grrrrrr* Honestly that little box has done me sooo good – brill for lighting, so do give it a go as it may well help you out huni 🙂 *fingers crossed* Xo

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  15. These are such wonderful tips!
    Lighting can be quite a struggle sometimes and the equipment is so extremely important. 😀
    I love using Pic Monkey for editing! I especially love that it’s just online based and I don’t need to install any additional programs on my computer. It’s so very useful. 🙂 xxxx

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  17. Great tips Karen! I think one of my tips as well is if you are really dedicated to this, it really is worth learning a program like photoshop so that you can merge photos on top of each other (like I did yesterday with my post), and make your own custom edits exactly the way you want them to be!

    Heyitsrach.com

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    • Thank you so much Rach – such a lovely comment to read & thrilled you left such awesome feedback!!! Photoshop seems such a valuable tool to use & I guess with many YouTube tutorials for things out there now it’s easier to pick things up 🙂 Great advice!! Talking of YouTube I had no idea you had a channel – now following 😉 hehe AND somehow you slipped through the net on my WP newsfeed so following you on that too – my apologies huni as I like to keep up with my blog buddies as much as I can!!! Hope you have a lovely weekend ❤ XXX

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      • Thanks so much Karen! And keep up the awesome work my dear. Let me know what you think, and i you have any ideas for what I could do differently! I’m always looking for great feedback girlie! Have a great one!!

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      • Thank you huni – that means so much to read 🙂 Such great encouragment, that’s why I love this little community so much – always incredibly helpful & supportive ❤ Have a wonderful week ahead Rach XXXXX

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