Indoor Product Photography Tips!!!

With the cold weather coming, I won’t be able to take my product (craft creations) photos outside so I have compiled a bunch of great Indoor Product Photography Tips.  These are all tips and tricks to better indoor product photography.


Indoor Photography

Indoor Product Photography Tips


5 Secrets to Great Product Photos Indoor Product PhotographyBeth of Lackluster Co. guest over at Shrimp Salad Circus


Photography Tips Indoor PhotographyI Heart Nap Time


How to take Better Pictures of your Products Product PhotographyHomespun Houston Handmade


Photography Secrets for Shooting in Your Home
Indoor Product PhotographyPretty Handy Girl


Studio Quality Product Photography with a $12 Set Up
Indoor Product PhotographyHandmade Spark


Mini Studio Setup
Indoor Product PhotographyLauren Elise Crafted


White Backdrops for Product Photography
Indoor Product PhotographyL auren Elise Crafted


Tips for Great Product Photography
Indoor Photography Design Sponge


The Magic Lightbox
Indoor Product PhotographyThe Blue Brick


Photography Products Like a Pro
Indoor Product PhotographyLauren Donaldson – Houzz


How to Take my Product Photographs
Indoor PhotographyA Lens & A Latté 


Photography Tutorial
Product PhotographyIshtar Olivera


Food Photography Setup
Indoor Product PhotographyWrightFood


DIY Photo Backdrop
Indoor PhotographyEarth Colored 


Food Photography: Finding the Pretty and Delicious
Indoor Product PhotographyRock the Shot

I’m looking forward to sitting down with a nice cup of Mocha and reading each of these great posts.  So many great tips, it’s going to be fun working on my indoor photography skills.  I have a few great backdrops that I’m excited about using… Am I the only one who takes most of my photos outdoors because of the lighting? I sure hope this post will be helpful for you too. Let’s be bold and take more photos indoors.

 Have a FABULOUS day!!

 P.S. I’m linking at these Parties.
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  1. says

    I’m pinning this, I am so hopeless with photography it’s not funny. I have a really cool project that looks great that I copied from another blogger and I don’t want to post it simply because if I’m copying someone else and trying to credit them, I want it to look great so they can see how inspired I was and I want get others to have a look at the original post so they can be inspired.

    However in the house it looks great

  2. says

    This is a great compilation of photography tips. Thanks so much for blogging it. I will be pinning it on my photography board. Thanks for linking up at Doodles & Stitches :)

  3. says

    Excellent post! Pinned this right away to my board. I’m always struggling with ways to make my photos look better!! Thanks for linking up to Foley Family link party! That’s how I found you :)

  4. says

    Love these types of tutorials. I so need to get better lighting in my house and some more props! Thanks so much for linking up to Creative Thursday. Can’t wait to see what you share this week! Have a wonderful week.