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- Oct 11, 2009
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Set up two heads of equal strength, each with a softbox, at 45 degree angles on either side of and at the same height as the object. Gives a flat light, but problem solved.Need some photography ideas guys, I've read numerous articles and tried things and I still can't get the reflection off objects, mostly sunglasses. I've got a light box built, one large light above, 1 on each side, all filtered light, nothing direct. No other lights on in the room and I'm still getting a relfection, any ideas?
During the time I was doing 90% GTC listings, I was seeing stuff like that pretty regularly. Sales can be very much hit or miss, with no rhyme or reason as to when things sell. Now that I'm running about 25% auctions, my results are consistently skewed towards Sundays, which is the way I like to see things. I currently have 524 active listings (136 auctions).I know sales on eBay go up and down, but did any of you see something like this recently? I do GTC listings and have not uploaded any new items in a few weeks, but I still have 280+ items going. I asked an eBay rep and she told me my account hadn't been demoted or penalised in any way.
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The key with auctions is to start items at a price you’re comfortable selling them for. I start 7-day listings on Sundays and use the auto-relist feature to automate the process. It takes about an extra minute each week to make sure the listings that don’t sell are set to relist.Cool, thanks. I have just not seen anything this extreme as long as I can remember. Maybe it's just a fluke.
I tried auctions a few times, but to me that is a sure way to sell almost nothing with next to no profit. Too much trouble relisting 90-95% of my items every week. Also, I find that people who buy at auction are much more cumbersome than those who buy BINOBO.
Anyway, that's another talk.
I see. Are people willing to bid at auction even if the start price is close to a BIN price, say, $100 for a decent sport coat? Or would you then start at $75 and bet that more sold times will equal out what more you get by selling slowly?The key with auctions is to start items at a price you’re comfortable selling them for. I start 7-day listings on Sundays and use the auto-relist feature to automate the process. It takes about an extra minute each week to make sure the listings that don’t sell are set to relist.