The obvious difference between shopping in a physical, brick and mortar boutique and shopping on an online boutique rests within the ability of the buyer to hold, feel and closely regard the item. You, as an online boutique owner, would want to allow your buyer the ability to see the item as close as you can to seeing the item in real life. You put a lot of time and devotion in the fine details of your craft so why not make sure that your buyers can see every detail. Of course, natural light is always best for taking great photos of your goodness but sometimes, natural light is not available or you only have time to take your photos when the sun has already gone to sleep. Here are a few ways to take great photos when you don't have natural light available or when you do, and want to take even better photos.