After re-shooting many of the home decor and houseware listings I decided the next step was to get my clothing modeled and photographed. My sister’s decided to help me out and I think we got some pretty good shots. What do you think?
Monthly Archives: December 2013
I had been toying with the layouts of my shops item photos for awhile now. Daylight being the best lighting but not have the exact setup outside to photograph made me struggle with getting the best photos for my listings. I recently purchased a studio light box/tent, lights and borrowed a professional camera. With some failed attempts I was able to get some pretty professional looking listing photographs. Here are a few examples of before and after. I will eventually get all my listings changed over.
Driving Around and Around featuring JessFindsVintage’s Mod Salad Dessert Plates
There are many auctions up right now for Vintage Christmas Ornaments, including Shiny Brite and an Aluminum Christmas Tree. They are on shopgoodwill.com and links are below!
Here are the links for such goodies:
48 Vintage Christmas Ornaments.
60 Vintage Christmas Ornaments
80+ Vintage Christmas Ornaments
Vintage Aluminum Christmas Tree.
Two Vera Wang Tunic blouses, Simply Vera. Very Retro Vintage style patterns, not true vintage but cute all the same. A Lovely Watercolor Floral in teal, orange, yellow, green. The second is an abstract floral in pink/peach, white and gray. Both are A-line, tunic and flowy. They would perfect for a loos fit blouse or even a maternity shirt. Soft silk like material. In perfect NEW condition, no tags.
Dimensions: Size Medium, Watercolor floral = 28″ length from shoulder to hem, 15″ shoulder width, 7″ sleeve length. Second shirt: Size medium, 27″ length from shoulder to hem, 16″ shoulder width and 7″ sleeve length. All measurements are from items laying flat.
Here are few of my favorite Vintage Christmas Ornaments. Several are Vintage and some are handmade by me with vintage materials. I attached vintage crocheted material to vintage satin ball ornaments to make some interesting pieces. I used pearl bead pins and onyx pearl beads to make them a little fancy. I love the combo of pastel colors. Just a few little shiny pieces for my tree. I like to mix old with new to get a fresh look.
I was able to get my tree up after several small hiccups. First I had renovations going on in my house so it wasn’t an opportune time to unbox everything. Then once I was able to unbox everything the lights I had bought last year didn’t work. So off to the crowded stores I went. I was able to get some mini string lights and get my tree decorated. I decided once that was done I wanted to get some holiday photos of my dogs. This is what transpired.