|What tips about Pictures?|
Take a LOT of pictures. Most of the pictures will have a problem of some sort. For every angle you think you want, take at least 5 pictures from very slight variations, like 1 degree up or 1 degree left, etc. This method guarantees a couple of good shots for any item because there is often a glare or distortion you don't want.
Take the item outside and snap a bunch of pictures. Grass, pavement, and walls make good backgrounds sometimes. Sunlight is much better light than indoor, especially when the picture is about to be displayed on a SCREEN, as opposed to paper.
If shooting indoors, try to use a DARK background. This makes your item the reference (as opposed to a bright background) for the camera's auto light adjustment.
Take some closeups of the connections, controls, etc.When taking closeups, do it from a distance but zoomed in. Getting too close with a camera causes spherical distortions and blurring.
Include a picture of any accessories, and the Box and Packing. The condition of the box and packing is an important selling tool.
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