I wanted to try a few new techniques so I grabbed a product I was drawn to because it was simple, bright, and I could envision the end photos and went to work.
Beauty Product Photography
The first photo was pretty quickly taken and most of the work was done in Photoshop. I used a wood skewer taped to the back of the bottle and dropper to make them float. Then in Photoshop I removed the skewer and the shadow my hand made.
So with the two pictures photoshopped together, and cropped in a little, you have the final image:
Creative Skin Care Product Shots
For the second image I wanted to try, I used a piece of glass and set the product on it surrounded by orange slices, then added more orange slices below so they would be out of focus.
Skin Care Product Photography
I was the most excited for this one! I used my piece of glass to create a shelf by placing it on top of two items to raise it up. Then I set up my product, and surrounded it by cut oranges. First I tried just this shot, then I added some water sprayed onto it, which was also nice but I wanted more. Then I dropped water onto it using a little bottle to create the splash effect. I used Photoshop to combine two the photos to get more splashes, then edited out the stream of water. I also photoshopped in a sparkle shine on the side of the product.
Here is the final picture! I love how it turned out and this is by far my favorite of the 3 I did.
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