eBay - Creating & Uploading Images

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Placing Photos Inline with Your Text

Buyers love seeing pictures of the products in your auctions. That's why eBay lets you add a free picture to every auction you post. Of course, eBay also offers you the [more…]

How to Upload Your eBay Images to AOL

If you upload your eBay images to AOL, you’ll notice that AOL handles image uploads a bit differently from other ISPs. Many people love AOL because it provides an easy, step-by-step interface. As you probably [more…]

How to Create a Good eBay Listing

When you write descriptions for the items you list for eBay auctions, be sure that you describe your items clearly and completely. Mention everything about the article; if the item is used or damaged, [more…]

Using Props to Improve Your eBay Photos

To take good photos of your eBay auction items, you need some props. Although you may think it strange that a line item in your accounting program will read [more…]

Where to Store Your eBay Images

You need a safe place to store your pictures for eBay. If your images don't appear when someone clicks your auction, or if your images take too long to load, a user might click off your auction and go [more…]

How to Find a Digital Camera for Great eBay Product Images

For eBay use, the most you need from a camera is a miniscule 2 megapixels, or 1600 x 1200 in size, which allows for cropping. Images uploaded to eBay’s picture hosting are optimal when they’re at least [more…]

How to Use a Scanner to Capture Images for Your eBay Listings

Scanners have come a long way in the past few years and will likely be a handy helper for your eBay Listings photos. A once-expensive item can now be purchased new for a little more than a [more…]

How to Get Good Lighting for Your eBay Images

Trying to take good pictures of your eBay merchandise can be frustrating. If you don’t have enough light and use the camera’s flash, the image might be washed out. If you take the item outside, the sun [more…]

Great Tools for Staging Your eBay Photos

Photographs can help sell your eBay merchandise, so you need to take this part of your business seriously. Of course, if you sell only one type of item, you won’t need such a varied selection of stuff, [more…]

Guidelines for Photographing Your eBay Items

The idea behind using images in your eBay auctions is to attract tons of potential buyers. With that goal in mind, you should try to create the best-looking images possible, no matter what kind of technology [more…]

How to Photograph Shiny Items with a Cloud Dome

eBay is a perfect venue to sell collectibles, things like antiques or rare coins. The problem with coins and other shiny objects is that digital pictures will often make your beautiful silver coins look [more…]

How to Prepare Clothing to Photograph for eBay Listings

When photographing apparel for eBay, the one rule is: Take the best picture you can and move on to the next item so that you can hurry up and list all the items for sale. Period. [more…]

How to Improve Your eBay Product Photos

Pictures don’t always come out of the camera in perfect form for your eBay Listing. However, with just a little extra work, you can do a few tweaks to bring them into perfection range: [more…]

Edit your eBay Pictures for Free on LunaPic.com

Most people have moments where they can be lazy. When it comes to editing your images for eBay, you’re probably still looking for a magic wand. Sometimes you may even be too lazy to open a program. So [more…]

How to Prepare and Upload eBay Pictures with Fast Photos

If PhotoShop is too expensive and complex (it really is for eBay purposes), you might be happy giving Fast Photos by Pixby Software a try. It’s a simple, all-in-one photo-editing program designed especially [more…]

How to Use eBay’s Picture Hosting

You might want to make your first move to take advantage of the 12 free pictures per listing from eBay’s Picture Hosting. First, it’s available at no charge; second, Picture Hosting offers many other benefits [more…]

How to Upload Your Pictures Using eBay's Picture Services

For organization’s sake, you might consider making a subfolder called eBay Photos in your Pictures folder. That way you can always find your eBay pictures quickly, without searching through photos of your [more…]

How to Upload Images to Your ISP Using FireFTP

If you have a website, no doubt you have plenty of storage space. Make a new folder and store your images for your eBay sales there. Here are some easy ways to upload your pictures to your website and [more…]

Use Free Web Space to Store Your eBay Pictures

There is free web space available to store your eBay pictures. Although most people love the word free, in real life it seems like nothing is really free. [more…]

How to Create Custom Inserts for Your eBay Listings

Luckily, you don’t have to know a lot of code to produce fancy eBay descriptions. The Create your listing form has an excellent (but basic) HTML generator that has features similar to a word processor. [more…]

Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make on Your eBay Listing Photos

There are ways to make your product more appealing to eBay browsers. Here you will find a bunch of big-time don’ts. We’ve seen images like these all over eBay at one time or another. [more…]

How to Use Microsoft Office Picture Manager to Edit Your eBay Photos

There are many tools available to help you edit your eBay listing photos. Microsoft Office Picture Manager is a software program included with Microsoft Office suite starting with the 2003 version through [more…]

How to Choose a Digital Camera for Your eBay Listing Images

If price isn't a factor, you should buy the highest-quality digital camera you can afford to shoot images of your items, especially if the items vary in size and shape. [more…]

How to Choose a Scanner for Your eBay Listing Images

If you plan to sell flat items such as autographs, stamps, books, or documents on eBay — or if you need a good piece of business equipment that can double as a copier, printer, and fax machine — consider [more…]

How to Get Images of Your eBay Items on Camera

Point-and-shoot may be okay for a group shot at some historical monument, but illustrating your eBay sale is a whole different idea. Your digital camera might be best used in manual mode [more…]


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