GOOD PHOTOS ARE NOT AN ACCIDENT 

AND CREATING THEM YOURSELF ISN'T AS HARD AS YOU PROBABLY THINK

 

You put so much time into crafting and creating something that you want to put out for sale into the world. And the thing is, the way something looks plays a big part in to whether or not someone buys it. Obviously you want your product to look good, and despite what you may be thinking, it's actually not that hard to take beautiful product photos yourself. In this free mini course, I'm going to show you the easiest and cheapest ways to do it.

If you're feeling overwhelmed by the amount of high quality content your brand's website and social channels demand... take a breath... and know that I’ve been where you are, literally.

I'm Catherine Roberts and I know the struggle is real because I'm not a formally trained photographer either! I've launched a handful of my own successful retail businesses online and in the real world over the course of my entrepreneurial career, and they've taught me a lot about the kinds of images that convert browsers to buyers. I'm a DIY kind of boss, partially because I believe in keeping costs down, and partly because I love the creative challenge of learning new skills and designing wining biz systems.  

HERE'S WHAT I KNOW: EVERY BUSINESS IS HUNGRY FOR BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHY. AND FRANKLY, WE CAN'T AFFORD TO PAY A PROFESSIONAL EVERY TIME WE NEED TO POST TO INSTAGRAM.

So what's the solution? I believe it's time for you to get good at taking your own branded imagery. And I’m going to show you simple, straightforward ways to approach and produce the photos you need for your online store, website, and social channels.

And you know what? Once your take on my key tips and playful approach, I bet that creating photos for your brand is soon going to be one of your favourite jobs in you business. So... Let's get started. 

People hardly buy anything without seeing it. Usually they also want to touch it, hold it and take it for a spin. You really can’t do those things online (unless it’s web based software). So to compensate for all of that, you need to work twice as hard to make your products come alive via excellent photography and graphics.