Jeff Fried
Content Maker

Does Product Photography By Mail Work

Working Remotely in Real Time With a Photographer

The natural progression in product photography is to work remotely with a photographer. This is because it allows both you and the photographer to be more flexible and work on multiple projects at the same time.

There are more  benefits of working remotely with a photographer. This article cover them and how you can find a remote photographer for your next project?
A Sporty Backpack Photographed on white Amazon Product

Take Searching for 'Product Photographer Near Me' To a Whole New Level

Searching for 'product photographers near me' has been a common means of finding a photographer for a while now. It was a way for people to find photographers who specialize in product photography in their area.

But it's no longer the wisest method of getting good product photography.

The internet and the mail are two of the most powerful tools in our society. They have changed the way we communicate, shop, and even how we do business.

The most efficient way to get good photography is to ship your products to the photographer. This way, you can be sure that the photographer will take care of all the details and you will get high-quality photos.

This is a common misconception that photographers are only good at taking pictures. In reality, they are also skilled in editing and retouching photos. They can make your product look better than it actually is by using their skills in post-production.

Hire a Professional Photographer for Your Amazon Product Photography

Product photography is one of the most important aspects of marketing on Amazon. It can make or break a product.

Amazon has strict guidelines for product photography and they are not lenient with their requirements. They want to make sure that the customer is getting a quality product and that the images are high-quality enough to entice them to buy it.

This is where you need to hire a good photographer who understands these guidelines and can capture quality amazon product photography.

What Are the Amazon Product Photo Requirements

Amazon has very specific requirements for product photography on their site. The following is taken directly from the Amazon Product Image Requirements Page:

Technical Requirements
Product images submitted to Amazon must meet the following technical specifications.

- TIFF (.tif/.tiff), JPEG (.jpeg/.jpg), GIF (.gif) and PNG (.png) format
- Image pixel dimensions of at least 1000 or larger in either height or width preferred
- sRGB or CMYK color mode
- File names must consist of the product identifier (Amazon ASIN, 13-digit ISBN, EAN, JAN, or UPC) followed by a period and the appropriate file extension (Example: B000123456.jpg or 0237425673485.tif)

Note: Spaces, dashes or additional characters in the filename will prevent your image from going online.

Amazon Site Standards for Product Images
For images named by product identifier without a variant code or named with the MAIN variant, and display as the main image on the product detail page, Amazon maintains the following site product image standards:

- The image must be the cover art or a professional photograph of the product being sold. Drawings or illustrations of the product are not allowed.
- The image must not contain gratuitous or confusing additional objects.
- The image must be in focus, professionally lit and photographed or scanned, with realistic color, and smooth edges.
- Books, Music, and Video/DVD images should be the front cover art, and fill 100% of the image frame. Jewel cases, promotional stickers, and cellophane are not allowed.
- All other products should fill 85% or more of the image frame.
- The full product must be in frame.
- Backgrounds must be pure white (RGB 255,255,255).
- The image must not contain additional text, graphics, or inset images.
- Pornographic and offensive materials are not allowed.


For additional other view images:

- The image must be of, or pertain to, the product being sold.
- The image must be in focus, professionally lit and photographed or scanned, with realistic color, and smooth edges.
- Other products or objects are allowed to help demonstrate the use or scale of product.
- The product and props should fill 85% or more of the image frame.
- Cropped or close-up images are allowed.
- Backgrounds and environments are allowed.
- Text and demonstrative graphics are allowed.
 -Pornographic and offensive materials are not allowed.

product photography of a rolex

Is That The Same as Amazon Image Requirements

Don't be confused. Amazon Product Photo Requirements and Amazon Image Requirements and the same thing just said in two different ways.

Hire Jeff for Your Product Photography

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