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Mally Beauty Poreless Perfection Skinfinisher .6 oz (17 g)
Everyday, I am in awe of the beautiful skin that my daughters have. Now, as I write this, they are just two years old (OMG, time flies!) and it is amazing to me how their skin just glows! Not a pore, not a hint of shine, not a flaw...complete satin. I couldn't help but think, if there is a way that I could capture that look for all of us...
I have never been a huge fan of powder. Now, don't get me wrong. I know that there is a great need for it and I certainly can't do a face without it. BUT, there is just something so old fashioned about it. The thought of caking up your face with a bunch of heavy powder....not only is it so unattractive and not modern, but it just can't be good for your skin!
How can we still get the benefits from powder but not get that old fashioned look? Introducing Poreless Perfection Skin Finisher! I created this feather weight, completely invisible, brightening skin finisher so that you can get the glowing, poreless, fresh modern look that we all need and want! First of all, let's just talk about how this is NOT a powder...it is a skin finisher! "What does this mean, Mally?" you may ask. Well, it is a fabulous new way to give your skin a flawless, matte (but not TOO matte), silky finish that looks totally natural and new. It's the last step to your makeup routine and a great way to keep you fresh throughout the day. But why is it different? Well, it is completely free of talc, fragrance, oils and parabens. So all that is left after you apply is a perfect, flawless you! It leaves you with a perfect soft focus complexion and makes the look of all those fine lines and wrinkles go bye bye!
Feel Free to use it all over your face...because it doesn't have the heavy look of old fashioned powder, your skin will not lose its gorgeous radiance! You GLOW, Girl!!!
Made in USA
Product Photography Setup
A little revised product photography 'studio' at work.
I have 2-400 items to shoot bi-weekly. It has to be done quick & there are items of all shapes/sizes/translucency/reflectivity. It's not an easy task. Before I started, products were shot with an old kodak easyshare camera on a piece of white paper with on-camera flash (you can imagine the quality, or lack thereof) Shown above is the setup I now use daily.
I created the 'softboxes' with a couple 8 1/2"x11" paper box lids, and a sheet of 11x17 paper as the diffuser. Strobists will appreciate the frugality of this, and of course, the coat rack as a lightstand. :-)
Taken for the second submission of Photo 148, artificial lighting. The assignment was to shoot fashion and products.
I got the idea for my watch picture from an ad I saw in GQ.
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