|12 Responses to Option A|
The fact that one of the napkins was folded in the other picture didn't really make sense to me.
More to the point.
I dislike the flowers on B.
Photo A shows the detail of the napkins, while photo B is too zoomed out and you can barely see what's going on with that lace holes near the edge. The flower is nice, but show your actual product. I can't buy something I can't see.
Aesthetically, I love B's picture more than A's picture. The flower adds a nice touch. But I selected option A because the napkins appear thicker. While B has a great picture, the linen seems thin; since it is white, it doesn't look very good over the green. Hence, A.
I hate when products put in extra things to make a product 'look' pretty, I just want to see what I'm buying :)
I like A because it is simple and shows how they look on the table together.
Choice A shows the napkins how they would look if I actually used them- folded.
I think it shows the quality of them better, and the flower doesn't really do anything for me (especially as it's not included so could be misleading a little bit).
I like the first one because they are simple and look more traditional.
I do like the flower shown in option B but I feel like A shows the actual napkins better. You can see the fabric and stitched detailing best in this photo.
I'm looking for napkins, so the plant is unnecessary in the picture.
|38 Responses to Option B|
The way they are folded and the additional visual of the flower make them more presentable.
You see more of the napkin in the picture with the flower and the lighting looks better.
The addition of flowers on option B makes it much more colourful and eyecatching. Also, the napkin being unfolded gives a much better idea of what it will look like in person, it's helpful to be able to see more of the product than less.
I chose B because I liked the splash of color against the white napkin. I also thought the linens edges were more defined in this picture.
In choice B the color of the flowers invites me in and choice A is very, very boring.
My favorite time for linen, be it tableware bedware, or clothing, is spring. That little sprig, that little splash of color, gives just the right touch to welcome spring into one's home.
I like seeing the open napkin design and size. The flower gives nice perspective on size.
It's like a recommended serving suggestion it just looks great and makes you picture using it
B... the flowers makes it more interesting and makes the napkins look a bit more fancy.
the color makes them look cleaner in contrast
The napkins look whither alongside the flower
The purple flowers against the gray backdrop and white napkins is gorgeous.
FLOWERS are always nice
I like the darker shade of the pattern and the way they are folded is more appealing and can see them better. The flower helps them stand out more as well.
The flowers are a nice touch, but I think it would be good if you had the multiple napkins with an accessory like the flowers, not just a single napkin, or what looks like a single napkin.
the flower is a nice touch, but more so, I am actually able to SEE the product, instead of it all being folded together
B. Looks pretty, shows contrast with the purple flower, also opened and can see size compared with flower for scale.
The flowers add a touch of elegance. They make you feel like you are setting the table for a special occasion.
a is boring
You can see more detail of the napkin compared to the other picture.
They look very similar napkin wise, but at least option B made an effort to make them look a little more special.
They look the same. The flower and the fold make them more attractive in B.
Not only is the picture with the flower just look nice, it looks more professional. Like they actually took the time to lay the napkin out nicely.
The contrast between the white linen and the purple or lavender flowers make the photo pop more and hence more interesting.
As I have learned in my own designs and product ads, you must include something unrelated that brings out visual appeals for a product. It allows people with less of an imagination to see how a product could be used, arranged, or applied in real life.
The flowers make them look very nice.
The flower gives it a touch of elegance.
The flower gives a nice contrast.
The flower makes it much more appealing. Very pretty.
The orchid just adds a nice touch. It is beautiful. Also in option B, you can see the quality of the fabric a little better.
It's prettier with the flowers.
i like the setup
I think it looks more classy with the flowers and the way it is laid out,
The flower is a nice touch.
i think the flowers make it more appealing