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24 Jan

Bonjour! Merry Christmas! Happy Hanukkah! Happy New Year! Happy Birthday!  And all the jazz…

Between Christmas, work, school, families, and a plethora of colds, we’re finally back and kicking.  Or something. 😉  I hope you all had a wonderful holiday and that you got plenty of rest and family time.

I made a white light box over the weekend because I was tired of the lighting being different in each of my collar pictures.  They never quite turned out right.  Alas, even after I made my box, my pictures still came out with a weird pink-ish hue…  Until I found… the solution…

And so, I’m going to give you a quick tutorial today of the best Etsy app ever…  FotoFuze!   Perfect for your Etsy listing that doesn’t quite have the best lighting, background, etc.  You know.  It works best when your object is set against a flat, black or white background.

Click to the website (fotofuze.com) and sign up.

Then, upload a picture:

Next, you’ll start to highlight your object plus its shadow:

Once it’s all highlighted, click finish.  There’s no need to be particularly neat here.  Thank goodness for that, because I’m not a color-in-the-lines kind of gal… 😉 :

Finally, wait a minute or two for it to completely generate your image.  While this is going on, you can upload another picture and fotofuze away! 🙂

And the finished product:

Love it!  It will probably take a while for me to totally change out all of my cat collar pictures in our store, but it will get there eventually and it will be gorgeous!

Meanwhile, our Valentine’s Day collections are up and hoppin’.  You should check them out! 🙂