Interested in selling your old furniture online? You have come to the right place! Read this article and discover the best two photo tips to use!
When selling your old furniture online, a high-quality photograph will not only get your furniture sold quicker, but it will probably bring you a few more dollars.
In this article, we are going to share two important tips the professionals use when selling their furniture online.
The first tip is to use proper and decent lighting. You probably know that for a good picture – lighting is the king. You don’t need to create a photo studio setup just to take one pic, but you should definitely set up the light and ditch the low-light style that isn’t going to help you sell your furniture online. It is recommendable to take our pictures outside so you can use natural lighting. By using natural lighting you can capture the true color of the fabric and you will avoid deep shadows at the same time. Using proper and decent lighting is a tip from Anne Doherty, who is an owner of the Annie’s Attic in Chicago.
The second tip is to show scale so people and your loyal clients will know the real size of the furniture. This tip is from Dayna Winter who is a content marketer at Shopify (one of the most popular e-commerce platform for selling and buying art and craft online). Dimensions are always helpful to list, but it is difficult to picture the size of something so huge like, in this case, your furniture without a photo that presents it in relation to other subjects. It is recommendable to find some objects that most people are familiar with and place them near the couch or the type of furniture you are planning to sell online. By doing so, they can see what they are actually buying and whether or not the dimensions suit them.
A photo with proper and decent lighting plus a sense of scale can definitely help you sell your furniture quicker. By keeping these two helpful tips in mind you can sell every type of furniture you want online.
There are many e-commerce platforms where you can sell furniture online – Etsy, Craigslist, eBay, and etc. Check what the internet offers and select the best option for you! Good luck!
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