Do you take pictures of your product, art, family, then look at them and there too dark...too light...the color is off? Happens more than we like, huh? So let's take a look at some pictures I took for my Etsy site.
A post or two back I showed you my set up but here it is again...
|Wheeled cart set up for picture taking.|
Now I'm a Corel fan...my geeky husband picks on me about because he just cant understand why I don't use Photoshop but I've had Corel for a long time, I'm used to it, I like it and it likes me...that's all there is to it! And I think you should do the same! If you love Elements, use it! If you're a fan of PS then by all means use it. Find something that works for you and stick with it! It truly makes your time manipulating photos faster if you know and like your photo manipulation program. (that's my story...)
Lately I've been using Photogene on my Ipad (also comes for the Iphone)...also very easy and you can change up your photos in front of the TV, bonus! So here's the first charm photo after a tour through Photogene.
|Resampled Music Charms|
Would love for you to share how you make your pictures better for your shop or website or shop? What program do you use? Pop in a link and show off your photo savvy!
Thanks and have a creative day!