When selling wine on ShareWine, it is important that you take some good pictures. It helps to exhibit the wine in the best possible way for potential buyers, so they get a good impression of the bottle and it's condition. Clear images in good quality help to get more interested buyers and a higher selling price.
Here are 5 tips on how to take great photos of your wine:
Show the whole bottle
It is important that the buyer can see the whole bottle, to get a good overall impression. In this way, the buyer can more easily see the winemaker, area, year, stand, etc. Here it is important that you can clearly see the upper part of the bottle, so that the buyer can assess the stand.
It is important to have good lighting when taking a picture of your wine. It is essential that the light hits the bottle from the front and not from behind. It is also important that the lighting is high and not low. This way, potential buyers can see your wine, and get a good impression.
Take a picture of the label
It is a good idea to take a picture of the label up close so that the buyer can see all the details as well as the condition of the label.
A picture of the label at the back of the bottle
If there is a label on the back of the bottle, it is a good idea to take a clear picture of it so that potential buyers can see the details. In this way, the buyer gets even more information.
Make sure that there are no other wines in the background
Make sure that only the wine (s) you want to sell are in focus on the image you are uploading. It is important that no other wines appear in the picture as it may confuse potential buyers.
It can seem disruptive and one can doubt which wine is for sale.