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How to save studio time and money with image editing

How to save studio time and money with image editing

Product photography is expensive and involves significant investments in photo equipment, studio lights, and of course, professional photographers.

Many believe that the cost of retouching is later added to the price of photography, but if we consider a few basic rules, image editing can help save studio time and money.

In the proper workflow, image retouching doesn’t add cost. It drives prices down while increasing the quality and productivity of a photo studio.

Here is how retouching can help you drive down the cost of product photography:

Image optimization allows your site to load faster

Image optimization is about reducing the file size of your images without sacrificing quality so that the loading time of your website is as fast as possible. 

Background removal creates consistent imagery for your website and will reduce the file size to have a faster loading time for your website.

Suppose you need background removal services for your business. In that case, we recommend you to use, a machine learning-based application that uses advanced computer vision algorithms to detect and remove the background of a professional product or model image taken in a photo studio with the best accuracy in just a few seconds and at a minimal cost. 

We also recommend other photo editing techniques such as cropping, margins, alignment, and compression.

Don't worry. Styling props can be removed with ease in the post-production phase

Styling is an essential part of preparing for a photoshoot. It is time-consuming but important in the photography workflow. 

Styling props like pins, hangers, shoe stands, bag hangers or mannequins, can help save studio time. 

Don't worry that they will be visible later in your image; they can be quickly removed in the photo retouching stage.

Image accuracy reduces the return rate

It is well known that the colors of a product are not always represented correctly in its photograph.

Image accuracy influences the return rate of products and has a significant impact on the entire business.

The post-production stage gives you the chance to recheck your work, see if its photo well represents the product, and correct any errors.

Considering all these arguments, you must be aware that the post-production process must be integrated into the photo shoot workflow. You can save a lot of time and costs by being careful with the details that can be corrected by photo editing.

You can save a lot of time and costs by being careful with the details that can be corrected by photo editing.

If photo retouching is not your forte, we are here to help. 

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