Product images are what users typically scan through most intently in their search results, and it's what will catch their eye if you've run an ad to try to draw attention to you, and there's a lot to keep in mind. If you don't have the right image size, users won't be able to zoom, and the wrong image files will be rejected by Found in Italy altogether. We don't want any of that to happen, so in this post, we're going to look at Found in Italy's image requirements for product photos and best practices to help you get those sales.\nProduct image requirements \n\nUse dimensions that are larger than 1000 pixels on a single side\nThe minimum image dimension for the image's longest side is 500 pixels.\nThe maximum image dimension for the image's longest side is 10,000 pixels.\nWe recommend using a 1:1 square image with the dimensions 2000 x 2000.\nThe maximum file size is 10Mb for each image\nYou can use JPEG, PNG but JPEG is the preferred\nCrop the photo well, with limited white space to maximize the product's size\nThese image requirements go for all product images.\n\n\nImages must have a pure white background (pure white blends in with the Found in Italy search and product detail pages—RGB color values of 255, 255, 255).\nImages must be high-quality photographs of the actual product (graphics, illustrations, mock-ups, or placeholders are not allowed).\nImages must not show excluded accessories; props that might confuse the customer; text that is not part of the product; or logos, watermarks, or inset images.\n\n\nThe image must be a professional photograph or cover art of the product being sold, with cover art being acceptable in the case of digital books, files, etc. Drawings or illustrations of the product aren't accepted.\nThe image needs to be in-focus and look professionally lit.\nThe product needs to contain realistic colors and look like what you're selling.\nThe images can not be photoshopped or drastically edited\nThe image can't contain additional objects that are confusing. Example, you can have a woman modeling a jacket also wearing pants and a hat, but pictures of just the clothing laying flat shouldn't contain these objects.\nProducts should fill 85% or more of the image frame, with limited whitespace in the background.\nBackgrounds need to be pure white, which is RGB 255, 255, 255 on the color wheel.\nThe full product needs to appear in the frame.\nThe image can't contain unnecessary graphics or text.\nThe image must have smooth edges, as opposed to jagged edges.\n\n \nProhibited for image standards in all product categories\n\nProduct images should not include any Found in Italy logos or trademarks, or variations, modifications, or anything confusingly similar to Found in Italy's logos and trademarks. This includes, but is not limited to, any words or symbols with the terms Found in Italy's design.\n\n Product images should not include any badges used on Found in Italy, or variations, modifications, or anything confusingly similar to such badges. \n\nNudity or sexually suggestive images.\nProduct images should not be blurry, pixelated, or jagged edges.\n\n The product occupies less than 85% of the frame on the limiting dimension of the longest side.\n\n\n \nAdditional prohibited specifications for images in clothing, clothing accessories, shoes, and handbags, luggage, and jewelry\n \n\nImages with a non-pure white background (RGB less than 255)\nText, logos, borders, color blocks, watermarks, or other graphics over the top of a product or in the background\nMultiple images of the same single product\nImages with part of the product for sale cropped by a frame edge except for jewelry (specifical necklaces)\nExcessive internal or external propping that covers\/surrounds product or causes confusion to product for sale\nModels that are sitting, kneeling, leaning, or lying down (models must be standing)\nImages with product in packaging or brand or swing tags\nVisible mannequins, except for stockings or socks\n\n \n \nAdditional images\nimages should be supplemented with additional images showing different sides of a product, the product in use, or details that are not visible on the image. Follow the image standards listed above to maintain quality and consistency across all your product images.