How to Photoshoot garments on models for e-commerce
2-3 min read by Pradeep
Money, effort and time! It is what is spent on typical model photoshoots for a brands to represent their clothes. How much do they spend on a single model shoot for about 50 to 100 products?
An estimated 35,000-70,000 rupees, that means they are typically spending about Rs 500 – Rs 1000. A few certain e-commerce platforms won’t allow to put some ideas onto the table directly. They got specific guidelines, what models, what poses and what backgrounds to have on a photoshoot. This would only invite more cost into the garment photoshoots. But why and what are these expenses spent on?
Models, draper, make-up, photographer, a studio to shoot, editing, etc.The whole thing of getting all these people together to get a simple shoot typically takes more than 1-2 weeks, which is the time added to taking a ready garment to the online market.
Check out more about traditional e-commerce cataloging here
Rather than spending so much time and effort, here’s an idea – get your garments digitally cataloged through the magic of technology. Move forward into the future instead of breaking your head scheduling a basic setup.
So what’s the solution?
You can reduce redundancy, get a cost-effective solution, no hassles in planning or wasting time on a shoot, no more waiting time for a perfect model. Products can go to the market in a matter of a day. Come into the next step of Cataloging 2.0
TRI3D presents a new innovative technology where clothing brands don’t have to spend thousands of dollars on modeling and photoshoots. TRI3D simply takes the flat pictures of garments or running fabrics and presents a photo-realistic digital draping of the garments on the models.This way, the brands can expect a clean, premium and toasty representation of their clothing material on a beautiful model economically and TRI3D expects a smile from their clients. Technology is what brings this cataloging and draping software to life.
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