Glitter & Glimpse

A year and a half of thinking about how I was going to do this is in these images. As life passes, you think how you'd like to create this look. I thought about it and thought about it. I also had client work as I planned my creative work. This is actually why it took me so long to do it. But after so long of thinking, I finally said just order me the glitter. My wife ordered it up. It only took a few days for the glitter to show up and so I booked a model and scheduled a shoot.

I found a few videos online of 3 different ways to apply the glitter. I think I used 2 out of the 3 ways to apply the glitter. Soon after shooting I realized I should have done it slightly different. This is the importance of creating. Creating is learning. This look is close to what I was shooting for. In the process of creating I found this look. I was totally digging the look.

I found a few videos online of 3 different ways to apply the glitter. I think I used 2 out of the 3 ways to apply the glitter. Soon after shooting I realized I should have done it slightly different. This is the importance of creating. Creating is learning. This look is close to what I was shooting for. In the process of creating I found this look. I was totally digging the look.

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I knew this shoot would be a learning experience and would be considered a test shoot. I now understand the process. 

 

I used 3 different types of glitter and pigments. With every subtle movement of my model, the reflection of the color and texture changed. You can see in almost every shot how the color and highlights changed.  The lights I used are very nice and inexpensive flicker free video light.  http://amzn.to/2CACEJD   I used the Rokinon 50mm for my  Sony  A7 series camera.  http://amzn.to/2Czk0ll

I used 3 different types of glitter and pigments. With every subtle movement of my model, the reflection of the color and texture changed. You can see in almost every shot how the color and highlights changed.

The lights I used are very nice and inexpensive flicker free video light. http://amzn.to/2CACEJD

I used the Rokinon 50mm for my Sony A7 series camera. http://amzn.to/2Czk0ll

You can see the behind the scenes video here. I'll be releasing it soon. If you sign up you'll be notified when it's released.  

http://www.patreon.com/posts/16153218 

 
 
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Model : smash  

Image produced by Ty Parish @ Parish Productions  

Edited only in capture one 11  pro

no photoshop  

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