One secret of having a great online presence is having great photos. I got my DSLR camera for Christmas which helps, but doesn't guarantee great photos. I have tried reading websites and the manual to the camera but after the first few sentences my eyes glass over and everything looks like it's written in a foreign language.
A few weeks ago I found this blog post written by Miss Mustard Seed. If you have ever been interested in amateur photography, trust me, this blog post is worth your time. It's written for those of us that are trying out photography for the first time. I finally broke out the tripod, switched that camera to the big M and started messing with the different buttons and dials.
It helped me take this:
(The color of this sign is butter pecan but it leaves you to wonder if it's beige, maybe gold? And what's with the super bright center?)
A butter pecan that actually looks like pecan! (And it doesn't look like it's radiating light on it's own.)
And what kind of pink is this?
Bet you didn't guess dusty rose!
So, I am now retaking photos of items in my Etsy shop which slows me down quite a bit. No pain, no gain. Right?!