Posts Tagged smolder
50 photographs – over 50 consecutive days – all shot with a 50mm lens = Project 50. 100% awesome.
Rick is one of my favourite photographers, though he regards himself as a designer with a passion for photography rather than a professional photographer. If you take a look at his Flickr and his website you might take my side and view him as the camera wielding guru I do.
2011 sees Rick working on his third project 50, and I was lucky enough to be invited to take part as the subject matter for day 11.
You can view this photograph really really big here. There is also a wicked video which he does for each photograph where he goes through the lighting setup he uses and as a result of being in day 11 you can see me briefly making an appearance in said[ Read more ]
Chelsea L from Infinity asked Rob, Cally and I to make her look like a Rockstar. Cally brought the clothes, Rob played around with some awesome lighting and I doused her eyes in black glitter.
Posted by Samantha Laura Kaye in Uncategorized on August 13, 2009
Atlantis, 6 degress Celcius, Ricoffee, frostbite, 2 square meters of shade, forty-something dancers, bikinis, limited sunblock, two toilets, chilli scrambled eggs, chilli curry lunch, bronze, shimmery fabrics, high heels in the sand, 12 hour days, 7am call time – an hour outside of Cape Town.
Seven girls managing hair and make-up, two fried GHD’s in the first thirty minutes, laughter, hunger, exhaustion, laughter trekking over sand dunes and sneaking photographs.
Main Make-Up ingredients: MAC lipglass “viva glam VI” and pigments in “tan” and “coco beach“, Eyeshadow : “bronze”, Eye Kohl: “smolder”
Day 1 – more to follow
Posted by Samantha Laura Kaye in Uncategorized on August 10, 2009
Chantelle models an evening look for a shoot with Luba – a stock photographer. Luba asked for an evening “glam smokey eye”.
Main Make-Up Ingredients: MAC Kohl Pencil in “smolder” , pigments in “dark soul” and “silver fog”.
Pro Tip: With a smokey eye, or any dark or dramatic eye make-up, always apply the eye make-up first and then the foundation after. That way you can wipe any “drop-down” (pigment or eye-shadow falling around the eye or onto the top of the cheekbone) rather than trying to brush it away and then having to re-do your foundation or concealer.
Photographer: Shoots Imaging
Make-Up: Samantha Kaye
Location: Northern Suburbs