Make sure you are in a comfortable position at direct level to the shoes so that there is no distortion due to perspective.Keep your hand sturdy as even a slight move could cause the images to be blurry. You could stand the camera on a box/stool or even use a tripod if you have one.
Use your digital camera viewing screen to click through the images and compare to our examples to make sure you have taken the 4 – 8 photos we have recommended. If you feel some can be improved or if you have missed a particular position then re-take any required.
Editing your images afterwards can be beneficial because you can fix anything that wasn’t quite right, for example lighting can be fixed to a certain extent using brightness & contrast tool settings. You could also tweak the white balance colours if necessary.After editing you can resize and crop your photos to a square shape of at least 500px height and width, try and keep a small but equal amount of white space around. Most computers come with a free photo editing program like Microsoft Picture Manager, however you could also use free online photo editing sites like Pixlr.com.