How To Get Great Product Photos

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If you’re putting together a wishlist post, it can sometimes be difficut to get good images of the product from certain brands. Sure, you could just go to their websites, but what if you’re putting together a post about new season trends that aren’t yet available to buy? What if they don’t have a website, like Primark? What if you’re looking for a specific campaign photo that isn’t on their site?

PR Shots to the rescue! PR Shots only has royalty free (so there’s no cost to you) images that have been checked to be of print quality (as it’s a tool mostly used by magazines) and have been categorised so it’s easy to search.

You can browse the images by stores such as ASOS, Primark and Debenhams, by the images most recently added, or – perhaps most usefully – by collection as chosen by the PR Shots team. Currently on their homepage, they’ve got collections available for viewing such as Christmas lifestyle images from lots of your favourite stores (like one giant Pinterest page!), Hallowe’en products and a collection of tartan items. These collections are really useful because they bring together brands you might not have thought to look at for the perfect item.

Have you used PR Shots before?

  • Jodie Marie

    I discovered this the other day after a LOT of searching!! I always want to keep my blog completely legal which can obviously cause issues when it comes to images. Do you know if there are similar websites for other brands (e.g. Topshop) ?

    September 26, 2013 at 12:03 pm Reply
  • Sophie

    Thank you so much for posting this, I have this trouble a lot and can’t wait to try this out! x

    September 26, 2013 at 12:47 pm Reply
  • Niki

    Topshop are now on PRShots!!

    Niki x

    January 9, 2015 at 2:52 pm Reply

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