How to Create a 3D Image That Builds Anticipation and Sells Your Product

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You’ve seen them all over the web: those realistic images that give life to products and build anticipation for them.

How to create a 3D product image

Did you ever wonder how to create a 3D image?

Believe it or not, you don’t need Photoshop. You don’t need to hire a designer.

You can make a 3D product image yourself using an inexpensive piece of software called BoxShot.

Make your flat image three dimensional

Let’s say you’ve created an Ebook cover design, and now you want to promote it with a 3D product image. With BoxShot, you can import your flat cover image into a pre-set template. You can tweak the lighting, perspective, drop shadow, and even the background.

The result is a 3D product image that looks as real as a photo. You can use it on your sales page, in your sidebar, in ads for your product, and in your email marketing.

Books, discs, mugs and more

BoxShot does more than Ebook covers. You can transform your flat image into DVD and CD covers, a mug, brochure, hard cover book, box, jar and much more.

Pamela Wilson

Pamela Wilson

Pamela Wilson coaches people to build profitable online businesses. She's an online educator, author, and keynote speaker. Read reviews of the tools used to run this site and business. Have you taken the free Focus Finder quiz yet?

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