So if you have any beauty or blog-related questions, don’t hesitate to send them in and I swear I’ll try my very best to answer them. Ok? 🙂 You can send them thru e-mail (email@example.com) or just post it on my Facebook Fan Page’s Wall HERE.
|ALL post-processings for contact lenses are done by BF.
For more contact lens reviews, click HERE.
Here’s my handy Canon ‘point and shoot’ camera. This is my product shoot/events camera. I prefer using this than the Nikon D5000 for color products like lipsticks, eyeshadows and the likes because I noticed that the color/shade shows better when I use this camera compared to the former. Let’s be honest, in blogging about makeup products, the color must be as close to the real thing as possible to help readers decide.
Last time I checked, this costs around Php18,000+ in malls but I got this for only Php10,000 – brand new! BF asked his friend in Japan to get me this model; again, I have no idea about the specs. And oh, one special thing about this camera is that it has WIFI! So I can easily share photos as soon as I shot it. Cool, huh? 🙂
Anyway, if you’re looking for an affordable camera that is great for blogging, I would really suggest this one. It would also be useful if sometime in the future you plan to venture into Youtube as a Makeup Guru because Ixy (yes, I named my digicam) has really great video quality — HD! 🙂
|Click HERE for the review.|
… that’s to answer Jan Mitchelle’s question. 🙂
Okay, using my phone’s camera maybe unprofessional-like but what can I do, as long as the lighting is workable, my phone can take quality photos! Heck, sometimes even better than my Canon PowerShot! I usually use my phone to take pictures at events and sometimes for products shoots too if the color of the product doesn’t have much bearing. The reason why I even use my phone for product shoots is because it’s great in emphasizing the product. Example, if I place a brown box on a white surface and then tap the screen of my phone to focus on the box, the background will automatically brighten up almost to a point where it looks like there wasn’t even a white canvass on the background. 🙂
|Used my photo light box for this.
For a detailed review on this product, click HERE.
Not bad for a camera phone, eh? 😀