This may have been discussed before, in which case I'd appreciate a point in the right direction. But in any case I have a bunch of stuff I'm hoping to put up on ebay tomorrow or in the next couple of days and I am having a hell of a time getting good pictures of suits/jackets. I have a reasonably good digital camera and horrible lighting, and no good way to stand up the jackets for photographing. Does anyone have any tips for a rare ebay seller like myself? I don't want to buy a model stand thing because I don't plan to do this often, but I'd like to get good pictures. The best I can do so far is to hang the jackets on a Zegna hanger with really big shoulders, and that looks reasonably good. Better than some auctions where it looks like the guy tossed the jacket on the carpet and took a picture of it with an ancient disc camera after pulling it out from under the backseat of his Maverick. But I digress. Any tips? Homemade jacket stands? Good lighting tips assuming regular around the house lighting? Thanks.
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10/23/04 at 10:11pm