Sell More with Better Product Photos 

Research proves that Image Quality has a significant impact on your sales and ecommerce conversion rates. Marketplaces like Amazon understand what makes a high-converting product picture and have strict image requirements like using a white background and showing multiple views. Learn how-to easily create product images that will help your visitors better visualize your products. Bring your DSLR or your smart phone (with a good camera) to this hands-on workshop and come away with improved product photography that helps sell more of your products.

List Topics Covered:

  • Setting up your photo shoot
  • How to use good lighting, background, angles and reflectors to achieve professional quality photos
  • Product photography’s role in the sales funnel
  • How to add text and size your photos using your phone

Benefits of this Session:

  • Improve the quality of your product photos to bolster conversion on product pages
  • See examples of how product photography also drives traffic to a website
  • Learn how easy it is to create ads from your product photos


Improve overall product photography quality, increase product page conversions, sell more products :)

About the Instructor:

Angela Gast is owner of Mighty Creative and blogger at MightyMrs.com. Angela holds a bachelor’s in Mass Communications from VCU and has been working as a creative in advertising for more than 15 years. She started out working on Circuit City’s ecommerce site where she learned that better quality product photography ultimately led to increased online sales. Angela has since worked with a variety of online companies to help promote their products and services using visually appealing ads and online experiences to attract and convert sales. She currently uses photography to attract viral (free!) traffic to her blog. Angela recently completed a photography workshop in Minneapolis taught by food-blog-famous Lindsay Ostrom of Pinch of Yum, and will be sharing some of the same tips and tricks she learned there, with the eMLC audience.


September 14, 2017

 9 a.m. - Noon

5451 Merwin Ln. Rm. 222,
Knowledge Park
Erie, PA

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