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"Aimed at craftspeople with minimal photography experience or equipment, this guide offers simple advice on arranging, composing, lighting, snapping, selecting, and organizing outstanding digital images of all kinds of handmade objects. Adnum briefly covers photography basics and then goes on to address photographic issues specific to various craft disciplines, such as jewelry and fabrics. Many step-by-step photo sequences and examples of successful shots walk the reader through the process. With the ongoing popularity of sites like Etsy (on which Adnum authored a series on photography), this book is sure to be sought after by anyone who wants to sell his or her goods online." - "Library Journal"
"A wonderfully written book from start to finish...Words like aperture, shutter speed, ISO...they feel scary to hear at first but Heidi does a masterful job demystifying these terms with engaging examples that inspire many AHA moments in terms of creative photography." - "Jenny Doh, Crescendoh.com"
"This book is TERRIFIC. Paging through this book was like reading a Who's Who of craft photography. Of course, the photographs are fantastic, and the book is as gorgeous as it is informative." - "Austen Gilliland, CanadianLiving.com's Craft Blog"
"This book is the ultimate reference for crafters and bloggers looking to improve their photography on a budget!" - "Mark Lipinski, host, Creative Mojo"
"I really appreciate the thoroughness of this book. The first section alone is worth getting the book if you want to stop using the automatic mode on your camera and switch over to manual mode." - "CraftBuds.com"
"This is the book that I wish was out there when I first started blogging and selling my handmade goods...I pretty much devoured the book in one sitting. It's a must-have for makers, bloggers, and sellers." - "Jenny Gordy, Wiksten"
"The DIY projects are clearly explained and well-illustrated. That is what makes this book so great, it isn

"Aimed at craftspeople with minimal photography experience or equipment, this guide offers simple advice on arranging, composing, lighting, snapping, selecting, and organizing outstanding digital images of all kinds of handmade objects. Adnum briefly covers photography basics and then goes on to address photographic issues specific to various craft disciplines, such as jewelry and fabrics. Many step-by-step photo sequences and examples of successful shots walk the reader through the process. With the ongoing popularity of sites like Etsy (on which Adnum authored a series on photography), this book is sure to be sought after by anyone who wants to sell his or her goods online." - "Library Journal"

"A wonderfully written book from start to finish...Words like aperture, shutter speed, ISO...they feel scary to hear at first but Heidi does a masterful job demystifying these terms with engaging examples that inspire many AHA moments in terms of creative photography." - Jenny Doh, Crescendoh.com

"This book is TERRIFIC. Paging through this book was like reading a Who's Who of craft photography. Of course, the photographs are fantastic, and the book is as gorgeous as it is informative." - Austen Gilliland, CanadianLiving.com's Craft Blog

"This book is the ultimate reference for crafters and bloggers looking to improve their photography on a budget!" - Mark Lipinski, host, "Creative Mojo"

"I really appreciate the thoroughness of this book. The first section alone is worth getting the book if you want to stop using the automatic mode on your camera and switch over to manual mode." CraftBuds.com

"This is the book that I wish was out there when I first started blogging and selling my handmade goods...I pretty much devoured the book in one sitting. It's a must-have for makers, bloggers, and sellers." - Jenny Gordy, Wiksten

"The DIY projects are clearly explained and well-illustrated. That is what makes this book so great, it is written in a way that is accessible for even a novice camera owner and photographer." - Erin Freuchtel-Dearing, Imagination Kids Toys

"This book covers literally everything you need to know about product photography in a language that's really easy to understand!" - Jenny Nguyen, Jenny N Design

"I get plenty of requests for book promos, but I don't usually accept one unless I am super pumped about the book. And this book, "The Crafter's Guide to Taking Great Photos," I am super pumped up about. It is so good." - Brittni Mehlhoff, papernstitch.com

"This book is going to be a godsend for many makers who take their own photos for their promotional materials and websites." - Rena Tom, creative business consultant

"The bottom line here: I LOVE Heidi's book! It's my new blogging bible." - Jennifer Rounds, "See How We Sew"

"First of all, this book is like candy. As it should be! You wouldn't believe it if a book about taking great photos wasn t filled with great photos. From the table of contents to the glossary, each page of "Crafter's Guide" is full of some of the most beautiful pictures of handmade products, everything from jewelry to bags to knits to stationary. I flipped through it the first time like I'd flip through Vogue." - Allyson Dykhuizen, "The Sweat Shop of Love"

"If you are going to buy any book on the subject, then this should definitely be the one." - Crafty Ambitions.com

"Many step-by-step photo sequences and examples of successful shots walk the reader through the process. With the ongoing popularity of sites like Etsy (on which Adnum authored a series on photography), this book is sure to be sought after by anyone who wants to sell his or her goods online." - "Library Journal"

"A no-nonsense, nifty book that will teach you how to make the photos on your webpage look extra special." - "Frankie Magazine," Australia

"I'm so glad to see that the book covers tip"

-Aimed at craftspeople with minimal photography experience or equipment, this guide offers simple advice on arranging, composing, lighting, snapping, selecting, and organizing outstanding digital images of all kinds of handmade objects. Adnum briefly covers photography basics and then goes on to address photographic issues specific to various craft disciplines, such as jewelry and fabrics. Many step-by-step photo sequences and examples of successful shots walk the reader through the process. With the ongoing popularity of sites like Etsy (on which Adnum authored a series on photography), this book is sure to be sought after by anyone who wants to sell his or her goods online.- - Library Journal

-A wonderfully written book from start to finish...Words like aperture, shutter speed, ISO...they feel scary to hear at first but Heidi does a masterful job demystifying these terms with engaging examples that inspire many AHA moments in terms of creative photography.- - Jenny Doh, Crescendoh.com

-This book is TERRIFIC. Paging through this book was like reading a Who's Who of craft photography. Of course, the photographs are fantastic, and the book is as gorgeous as it is informative.- - Austen Gilliland, CanadianLiving.com's Craft Blog

-This book is the ultimate reference for crafters and bloggers looking to improve their photography on a budget!- - Mark Lipinski, host, Creative Mojo

-I really appreciate the thoroughness of this book. The first section alone is worth getting the book if you want to stop using the automatic mode on your camera and switch over to manual mode.- - CraftBuds.com

-This is the book that I wish was out there when I first started blogging and selling my handmade goods...I pretty much devoured the book in one sitting. It's a must-have for makers, bloggers, and sellers.- - Jenny Gordy, Wiksten

-The DIY projects are clearly explained and well-illustrated. That is what makes this book so great, it is written in a way that is accessible for even a novice camera owner and photographer.- - Erin Freuchtel-Dearing, Imagination Kids Toys

-This book covers literally everything you need to know about product photography in a language that's really easy to understand!- - Jenny Nguyen, Jenny N Design

-I get plenty of requests for book promos, but I don't usually accept one unless I am super pumped about the book. And this book, The Crafter's Guide to Taking Great Photos, I am super pumped up about. It is so good.- - Brittni Mehlhoff, papernstitch.com

-This book is going to be a godsend for many makers who take their own photos for their promotional materials and websites.- - Rena Tom, creative business consultant

-The bottom line here: I LOVE Heidi's book! It's my new blogging bible.- - Jennifer Rounds, See How We Sew

-First of all, this book is like candy. As it should be! You wouldn't believe it if a book about taking great photos wasn't filled with great photos. From the table of contents to the glossary, each page of Crafter's Guide is full of some of the most beautiful pictures of handmade products, everything from jewelry to bags to knits to stationary. I flipped through it the first time like I'd flip through Vogue.- - Allyson Dykhuizen, The Sweat Shop of Love

-If you are going to buy any book on the subject, then this should definitely be the one.- - Crafty Ambitions.com

-Many step-by-step photo sequences and examples of successful shots walk the reader through the process. With the ongoing popularity of sites like Etsy (on which Adnum authored a series on photography), this book is sure to be sought after by anyone who wants to sell his or her goods online.- - Library Journal

-A no-nonsense, nifty book that will teach you how to make the photos on your webpage look extra special.- - Frankie Magazine, Australia

-I'm so glad to see that the book covers tip



"Aimed at craftspeople with minimal photography experience or equipment, this guide offers simple advice on arranging, composing, lighting, snapping, selecting, and organizing outstanding digital images of all kinds of handmade objects. Adnum briefly covers photography basics and then goes on to address photographic issues specific to various craft disciplines, such as jewelry and fabrics. Many step-by-step photo sequences and examples of successful shots walk the reader through the process. With the ongoing popularity of sites like Etsy (on which Adnum authored a series on photography), this book is sure to be sought after by anyone who wants to sell his or her goods online." - Library Journal

"A wonderfully written book from start to finish...Words like aperture, shutter speed, ISO...they feel scary to hear at first but Heidi does a masterful job demystifying these terms with engaging examples that inspire many AHA moments in terms of creative photography." - Jenny Doh, Crescendoh.com

"This book is TERRIFIC. Paging through this book was like reading a Who's Who of craft photography. Of course, the photographs are fantastic, and the book is as gorgeous as it is informative." - Austen Gilliland, CanadianLiving.com's Craft Blog

"This book is the ultimate reference for crafters and bloggers looking to improve their photography on a budget!" - Mark Lipinski, host, Creative Mojo

"I really appreciate the thoroughness of this book. The first section alone is worth getting the book if you want to stop using the automatic mode on your camera and switch over to manual mode." - CraftBuds.com

"This is the book that I wish was out there when I first started blogging and selling my handmade goods...I pretty much devoured the book in one sitting. It's a must-have for makers, bloggers, and sellers." - Jenny Gordy, Wiksten

"The DIY projects are clearly explained and well-illustrated. That is what makes this book so great, it is written in a way that is accessible for even a novice camera owner and photographer." - Erin Freuchtel-Dearing, Imagination Kids Toys

"This book covers literally everything you need to know about product photography in a language that's really easy to understand!" - Jenny Nguyen, Jenny N Design

"I get plenty of requests for book promos, but I don't usually accept one unless I am super pumped about the book. And this book, The Crafter's Guide to Taking Great Photos, I am super pumped up about. It is so good." - Brittni Mehlhoff, papernstitch.com

"This book is going to be a godsend for many makers who take their own photos for their promotional materials and websites." - Rena Tom, creative business consultant

"The bottom line here: I LOVE Heidi's book! It's my new blogging bible." - Jennifer Rounds, See How We Sew

"First of all, this book is like candy. As it should be! You wouldn't believe it if a book about taking great photos wasn't filled with great photos. From the table of contents to the glossary, each page of Crafter's Guide is full of some of the most beautiful pictures of handmade products, everything from jewelry to bags to knits to stationary. I flipped through it the first time like I'd flip through Vogue." - Allyson Dykhuizen, The Sweat Shop of Love

"If you are going to buy any book on the subject, then this should definitely be the one." - Crafty Ambitions.com

"Many step-by-step photo sequences and examples of successful shots walk the reader through the process. With the ongoing popularity of sites like Etsy (on which Adnum authored a series on photography), this book is sure to be sought after by anyone who wants to sell his or her goods online." - Library Journal

"A no-nonsense, nifty book that will teach you how to make the photos on your webpage look extra special." - Frankie Magazine, Australia

"I'm so glad to see that the book covers tip

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Heidi Adnum is a photographer, picture researcher, and crafter of Good Will Bunting®. She is also the author of a popular photography tips series on Etsy. Heidi lives with her husband in sunny Newcastle, Australia. Connect with Heidi at heidiadnum.com and on Twitter @HeidiAdnum.


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