Often, product photographers mess up the ambience by using blurry camera views. If we compare two images where one has a crisp, well-defined subject and the other has a blurred or unclear one, which one will get the highest vote? Of course, the first one. These qualities (image sharpness and clarity) cause an immediate sensation of satisfaction.
In that case, you should consider setting the optimum F-stop (aperture) while taking snaps. For most images, a higher aperture setting creates sharper details.
Well, you may ask, what makes a lens’ maximum aperture so essential?
The maximum aperture of a lens enables a substantial amount of light during a photo shoot. Also, it provides a satisfactory ‘depth of field’ to your product photos. Aperture settings between f/5.6 and f/16 will produce excellent sharpness for your product in the photo.
Nevertheless, test the lens you will use for your product photoshoot beforehand. Lastly, a tripod will ensure further steadiness instead of hand-holding the camera.