Amazon photography and Amazon product image requirements
Amazon has guidelines about photography and images you place on their site.
Amazon says -
"Images are very important to customers, so quality matters"
"Every product on Amazon needs one or more product image"
"The MAIN image represents an item in the search results and browse pages, it is the first image customers see on an item's detail page"
"Thank you Julian, I really appreciate you going the extra mile for us!
You'd be amazed at how many photographers we have tried to work with, when, as you can see, we don't want much, just a friendly prompt service and it looks like we might have now found our man!
Thanks to Sy, our assistant, for finding you Julian!"
"Choose images that are clear, easy to understand,
information-rich, and attractively presented"
"The images are perfect! Thanks for such a prompt service!"
"The photos are excellent! I really appreciate the effort you have gone to by adding the motion effect too, that's really great"
"Images must accurately represent the product and show only the product that's for sale, with minimal or no propping"
"Hi Julian, I've just checked out the photos of the Spongebob square pants figures and I’m afraid to say I don’t like them….!
A white background is recommended, but not required. Additional images must not include logos or watermarks, and all props or accessories must be presented in a way that do not cause customer confusion"
"Good news Julian, the direct result of using your photos, we have seen a 10% uplift in sales on items already, so many thanks!"