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    What would be a good background and such for pictures of my jars of honey and other hive products? I have a picture of all the different sizes by an old smoker and pictures of them against a white back round. Any other ideas? Thanks!

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    Grassy field behind them

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigGun View Post
    Grassy field behind them
    So use cement blocks to raise the jars up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelShantz View Post
    Nice pics, but seems like the honey is not prominently displayed. The first photo my eye was immediately drawn to the fruit bowl. The second, the flowers.
    Mark Berninghausen #youmatter

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    Blurry background is one less thing to look at.
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/ia6t1w6xgq...0on%20pump.jpg
    Go to Heaven for the climate, go to Hell for the company. -Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by newbee99 View Post
    So use cement blocks to raise the jars up?
    I think a small table or stool would be better.

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    Here's a couple I was experimenting with. Not perfect. This isn't my strong skill, but I think it helps to having the jars at different levels, and having some other stuff in the picture, but making sure that the honey is the focus and what draws your attention. I'm very open to constructive criticism on these.


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    Go to something like google images, browse and see what appeals to you and what appeals to friends and family that buy product but aren't involved in producing it.
    Then let the list know the answers

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    The grey boards are nice but what appears to scrunched up white paper not so much....we still have to design labels as are just starting out.

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    Very nice. I would have moved the one jar on the left out from behind the jar w/out a label on it. That would have balanced the photo more I think. The placement and amount of honey displayed compared to the rest of the item in the photo kept focus on the honey. It's obvious what is being "sold" in the top photo. I liked it.
    Last edited by honeyman46408; 10-21-2013 at 07:41 AM. Reason: U no why
    Mark Berninghausen #youmatter

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