What Do You Think?

Dear Readers,

It's been about 2 months since the official launch of SmallObjectPhotography.com and there are already almost 200 regular readers and many more daily viewers. Wow! Thank you so much for being here! You are all so very special to me.

Now, I would love to hear your feedback - complimentary to constructive - on how the blog here is doing so far. Stuff like:

  • How did you find SmallObjectPhotography.com?
  • What post(s) has helped you the most so far?
  • What topics would you like to see covered in the near future?
  • Do you have specific photography questions that you haven't seen answered anywhere else?
Please leave your comments, questions and observations in the comments section of this post.
Any questions will be answered here on the blog or via private email depending on the topic. I'll do my best to get to all of your questions!


If you include the URL to your online shop in the comments section along with your feedback, you'll be entered into a random drawing to have your shop photos reviewed for FREE with my new Small Object Photography Photo Evaluation Service! Your evaluation report will include a helpful critique of your shop's photography and specific suggestions on how to improve your photos quickly and easily using the equipment you already own. More details on this service will be officially announced to the public around mid-March 2011.

Be sure to leave your comment and URL soon
Entries to win the FREE Small Object Photography Photo Evaluation 
drawing will end on Friday, March 4, 2011 and 
the winner will be announced on Monday, March 7, 2011!

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5 Response to "What Do You Think?"

Jennifer said...

I'm trying to remember how I first discovered you and your blog, and I can't. You are well-established out there, and I've encountered you in a number of ways. I was thrilled to see your photography contributions directly to the Etsy blog. I really think that you're doing a lot to promote and support the community.

I've been challenged by photographing items that are made with shiny fabric, and I wonder if you have any suggestions for this situation.

Here is my Etsy store:


MA said...

I would really like to see more before and after fotos with all the details, what to take care for.
This always helps me with my fotos of paper jewelry.
Would like to send you my own before and after fotos, to hear what you think about them, if you still want some (or do you have way to much fotos?)
Greetings from Germany


Eric Cannon said...

I would love to get some help on cheap lighting. Being a starving artist I don't have a lot of moola for expensive studio lighting.
Eric cannon

Jenny said...

Hi Marlo-

I just discovered your blog today but am very thankful I did. I'm just starting to launch and etsy site (http://www.etsy.com/shop/ABirdInTheHandArt?ref=pr_shop_more) and have really been stuck on the photography step. I make jewelry and paintings and have yet to get a good picture of my jewelry. Thanks for all the great insight you are giving!

On another note, I also have recently discovered etsyRAIN and will be trying to attend some events in the near future. I recognized your name and hopefully will get to meet you sometime!

Keep up the good work. Us new crafters appreciate it :)


TreasuresFromHawaii said...

Aloha and thank you for a wonderful, informative blog!

I was perusing through Etsy's forums when I found you...I'm a self-taught photographer and I also feature wearable fine art glass tile pendants in my Etsy shop(http://www.etsy.com/shop/TreasuresFromHawaii)...I'm constantly trying to improve my photos - especially for the pendants - It has been difficult for me to succeed taking a picture of a "picture"(I use my own mini-photos on these pendants) and have both the clarity of the photo details along with no glare on the glass tile in the finished image!

You are doing wonderful things by giving back...Mahalo/thanks again and keep up the gr8 work...God bless...Dava

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