Originally Posted by mysweetbowtique
i have item pics on photoshopped white backround i think it lets the product be the focus and then i also have a pic of item on a model so they can see it in use, here is a link to one of my items for an example http://mysweetbowtique.com/item_393/...th-Camelia.htm
I totally agree even though most of my photos don't have a white background. It's difficult when you live in England and there is hardly ever any good natural light. I can't figure out a light box either. So, photoshopping out a crisp white background for 50 photos takes a lot of time that I don't have.