This is a nice picture. But who cares? It's not your picture. Stock photos can be used at a website to complement the products being sold. But while they can set the mood for the products, they can't represent the products.
People want to see what they are buying, not cheap stock photos. If you can't hire a professional photographer, here's a tip. Everyone has a digital camera or a relative or neighbor with a digital camera. Get some tips from the website of the brand of camera you use or use online tips, like these or these, and learn how to make your products look their best.
Before the advent of affordable digital camera technology, stock photos instead of pictures of the real thing were understandable. Those days are gone. Today, there's no excuse for poorly lit, fuzzy, warped, ugly or irrelevant product photos. This applies no matter how small or start up a business may be.
So beg, borrow or steal (kidding) a digital camera, get some free advice and get out there and take your pics!