Images engage customers, provide essential product details, and drive purchasing decisions. Our photography studios image millions of products annually, and we are now offering the service for a fee for US FBA products.
Pricing comes in tiers of $50 for simple products like towels and toys, $100 for more complex products like jewelry and watches, and $150 for fashion images needing a model or large or bulky items such as furniture. Amazon will deliver your product to an Amazon photo studio from a fulfillment center, publish them to your listing in your Seller Central account and return the item after imaging is complete. You will be able to manage images in Seller Central once images are published.
Our imaging follows the Amazon imaging style guide which provides a benchmark so customers experience consistent, high-quality images to more easily compare products, and trust that what they see is what they will receive. Your product will receive at least 2 white background still images, with quantity depending on the product type, features, and complexity. Jewelry, watches, and women's dresses (with exception of petite, juniors, and plus sizes) receive a 360-degree video of your product in addition to still images.
If you have US FBA product, get started by accessing the service in Amazon Seller Central's Manage Inventory workflow. For the product you wish to have imaged, click on the Edit drop-down menu on the far right, select Manage Images, select the Images tab and click the link "Let us image your products (Beta)".
A pop-up will appear where you will see additional details on the service, including pricing for your particular product, image examples, and answers to frequently asked questions.
View the videos in this page to see our studios at work and other services. Visit our Amazon Imaging YouTube channel for other Amazon Imaging related videos.
We do not currently take custom requests or supply links to download the photographs created by our studios.
There may be occasions when we are not able to get the product, most commonly because enough orders are being placed by customers to render the product unavailable, or the product is inaccessible due to the fulfillment center location. If this happens, we will contact you and ask if you can send your product direct to our closest studio, or collaborate with you on other options.