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You know that any photograph has light and shadows. However, when the shadows become an important element – or even the focal point of your picture, then it’s called shadow photography.
If you really want to elevate your shadow photography, you’re in the right place. In this article, you’ll learn how to use light and shadow in photography to create powerful and mesmerizing images.
Also, you’ll find 15 shadow photography tips with examples to practice your skills and creativity.
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Showcasing your ecommerce products with high-quality images can be the winning difference between a conversion and no sale at all. This is particularly true if you’re distributing your products on marketplace sites like Amazon, where they are displayed alongside those of your competitors, or on social media, where people interact with your brand.
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