Love my Sabia Apothecary ladies! So happy I got to capture their beauty for this group shot. Happy 20th birthday SABIA!! The best is yet to come!
Echinacea purpurea: The genus name is from the Greek echino, meaning hedgehog, an allusion to the spiny, brownish central disk. The flowers of Echinacea species are used to make an extremely popular herbal tea, purported to help strengthen the immune system; an extract is also available in tablet or liquid form in pharmacies and health food stores. Often cultivated, Purple Coneflower is a showy, easily grown garden plant.
I took this photo on the Fourth of July waaay back when in 2001. Shot with Kodak Ektachrome slide film, which sadly is no longer being produced due to lack of demand. Since I had the slides mounted, it just scanned in this way. I do love it though, it captures it all…. We were 24 years old…not a care in the world…party hopping around Hollywood on a beautiful LA Summer Day. Loves to Miss Brett. xo
Product photography can be quite tedious, one needs proper lighting, smooth backgrounds and a lot of patience, oh and maybe some photoshop skills. I can’t even imagine how products were shot before photoshop was invented. It gives me a headache just thinking about it!
And although, I do photograph products for clients, I also am really drawn to the more organic way of shooting a product, close up, short depth of field….I love a good background blur.
I shot this for one for Sabia Apothecary. This is HANDS DOWN the BEST hand creme that I have ever tried. It smells fantastic and has the loveliest packaging, but then again the entire AESOP line shares those qualities. They are WINNING when it comes to a great product line.