Product Specific Pricing

Our pricing is based on the time taken for retouching the product. The price is directly related to the complexity of the article and the quality of the photograph.

How Does It Work?

Each article has its own characteristics and complexities which can seen in their photographs. Once the images reach us we estimate the amount of retouching required and send you the price to retouch all the images of the product. On receiving the approval for the price from you, we begin its processing and send the final image within a day.

Prepaid Recharge

You can choose from a list of flexible pricing plans listed at the payments page. Each recharge plan entitles the user for the corresponding number of credits, from which the price for each image is deducted as per the usage.

Dynamic Price Calculation

The price for retouching the product is based on the complexity of the article and the quality of the photograph. In other words, better the raw image of the article, lesser the costs for retouching. Each image is inspected by our team and the price is conveyed for approval.

Estimated Price Range

At the time of image capture using the app, each product type has a specified price range given. This range helps the user to get an idea of what the final price would be. The final price depends on the raw image captured by the user.

Instant Price Quote

Our graphic artists inspect the product photographs and send you a price quotation which is customized for that product. Depending on the complexity of the product and the quality of the photograph, the price is calculated and sent to your device with 2 minutes.

Below is a video which explains the basic components of Dynamic Pricing and its use

Quick Tips For

Maximizing Quality & Minimizing Costs

Both the quality of the final output and the price depend on the quality of the photograph of the product. Below are a few pointers which will help you get the maximum of our product specific pricing

Natural Lighting

Natural light works best for any type of photo and should be used whenever possible. Typically, shooting your photos in the early afternoon will grant the best results. What matters is not only the quantity of the light, but the uniformity of distribution as well.

White Background

In product photography, a clean white background looks best since it creates focus on the object itself. To create this type of background, place a piece of white paper or fabric and bend it to create a curve. Your product will be the center of the photo and the only item to capture the viewer’s attention

Keep It Steady

As you take a picture, even the slightest vibration or movement can cause motion blur. Moreover, the closer you get to an object the more obvious the motion blur becomes. A tripod will assure you remain stable as you take the photo. Even an inexpensive tripod will make a big difference in the sharpness of your images.

No Flares

While retouching an image it is impossible to recreate lost information. Flares are the most common ways to loose information in the photograph. Make sure that no flash is being used nor is any point light falling on the object

Below is a video which explains the best ways to shoot a product photograph to get the best quality in the final output