The main images in the product section represent your products to the buyers. They should be of good quality, informative, attractive, and have an easy understanding of your product. Using the dense textual information and a key feature in a graphical format is much more profitable to your product.
GUIDELINES FOR YOUR MAIN IMAGES ON THE PRODUCT PAGE
Learn more here.
1. FIRST IMAGE WHITE BACKGROUND
Your First Main Image is what the buyers see when browsing. They make assumptions about your business based on what they see in your photos, so it’s important to understand your brand’s focus and convey it visually.
Do not use the First Main Image with a white background as indicated in the image below.
Using a handful of photo backgrounds that complement each other can help create a unified look for your products. All the backgrounds don’t have to be the same, a little variety can be nice but they should play well together. For example, Placing your product in a natural habitat gives a good background to your main images.
2. BLURRED IMAGES
Blurred images often come out as unprofessional to buyers getting uncertain about the quality of the item they’re considering. It is important to show your product in action and in-focus.
Do not upload images that are blurred and out-of-focus.
Show your product in action so that the buyers can see how it might be used.
3. WATERMARKED IMAGES
A watermark is a logo, sign, or brand name superimposed on the image.
Do not upload images with any text content as watermarks.
We suggest you use an image that shows your product clearly without any text on the image.
4. IMAGES WITH CLUTTERED INFORMATION
Selecting visual elements that reflect your product in action is very important. It’s best if your products look compatible with each other and fit together logically.
Do not use an image with distorted objects. This removes the focus from your main product.
We suggest you adding images that show your product very clearly. The buyers should be able to recognize the product with the description of the images. The product image should clearly show the color, size of the product.
5. SCALE SHOT
A scale shot visually communicates the size of your product. Buyers can’t try your items, so it’s important to give them all the details they need visually.
Use scale shots to show the size of your products. For example, You can show the size of a chair by setting it up in a furniture area. Creating a scale shot also helps shoppers visualize how the item could fit into their homes.
6. DETAIL SHOT
A detailed shot highlights your product from a good angle. Including a close-up shot will help to give a better understanding of the quality and texture of your small items and highlight their subtle features.
Do not use zoomed out main images.
Use detail shots to highlight your product’s main features. Close-up shots show off the quality and texture of the materials and zoom in on important details of your products.