@Jurissaj Ah, I love this. That's awesome you have walls in your office you use for taking the best photos. You're right, even high-quality photos are hard to really make the product you want to sell pop if you're not being aware of your background. Even the simplest change can make the biggest impact!
I've been an eBay seller for the last 2 years. I have to agree completely with this tip! The photos used to sell any items are actually EXTREMELY important! Even though people know that the item may not be coming from a store, they still have the same mentality while they're browsing through items on OfferUp as they do on eBay or even Amazon. If an item looks better cared for and is well displayed in the pictures, they are more likely to buy that item over one that's in a dirty or dull environment.
Great advice! And yes, taking a picture is not easy just hit the button. It requires more tasks to organize thing in the right possion as well as enough light so the buyers are convinced to buy the item.
@JesusSaves I love that you take multiple photos of each item and are aware of the editing aspect, the right type of lighting, etc.
"Also take pictures of the item in different angles not just the same angle every time." - Key right there as well.