Showing posts with label Photos. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Photos. Show all posts

Monday, December 4, 2017

Kibio cosmetics packaging in HD photos by PackshotCreator

Kibio cosmetics packaging in HD photos by PackshotCreator


Purchasing cosmetics or skin care creams are more an emotive purchase. That is why, the packaging of these products needs to be very attractive and attention-grabbing. Packaging plays an important role in the product presentation.


Kibio, the cosmetic skin care specialist caters for the best eco-friendly packaging. Kibio packaging photo was taken by the digital PackshotCreator photo studio. This innovative photo studio delivers unbeatable performance in terms of accuracy and sharpness, as well as for color and texture rendering. With its high quality image, this cosmetic HD photo will definitely be attention-grabbing. This shot has given more life to Kibio. This very realistic visual display of this cosmetic care product will not only improve the online viewing experience but also Kibio’s reputation worldwide. As such, customers will be prompted to purchase online this cosmetic cream after having seen the cosmetics photos. There will no longer the hassle of moving to the shops to purchase your skin care creams.


Moreover, every single detail and information available on its packaging is visible to the customers. Its packaging reflects the values, uniqueness and positioning of Kibio brand. It shows the label Eco-Cert and BIO. As soon as the customers see the Label Bio on this cosmetic packaging, they will immediately understand that this is an organic skin care product which is chemical free. Its ingredients’ proportion include less than 95% natural ingredients or natural origin on the total ingredients (including water), a minimum of 95% certified organic ingredients on the total plant ingredients and at least 10% ingredients Total Certified organic ingredients. 


In addition, Kibio makes the use of paperboard packaging as the latter is biodegradable, that is, they can be easily recycled. The packaging with its rigidness and thickness, can be seen to position the product (Kibio skin gel) well. This provides excellent protection of the cream.


In the packaging, the branding and logo of Kibio are highly noticeable. Branding helps all customers to recognize Kibio skin care products on the shelves.


In this high resolution photo, it can clearly be seen the logo of Kibio which is Ki correlates with Kibio. The logo is appealing to consumers. Parallel to it, there are the words “active nature” and “vital energy” which both characterize this cosmetic as an organic skin care specialist that provides people with vital energy and well-being after its use.


KIBIO Bio - Intemporelle Absolute Cream is made up of white Japanese pine, butterfly buddleia and Rowan tree buds. It is safe, natural, vegetal, effective and genuine. The white Japanese pine is rich in omega-6 and 9. As such, it nourishes, soothes and strengthens the skin. Buddleia extract, a powerful antioxidant protects our skin against free radicals. Rowan tree buds stimulates the circulation and brightens the glare of our skin. Another cosmetic product of Kibio is the relaxing leg gel. The latter is a treatment gel as it relaxes and relieves all the tiredness amassed in your swollen legs.


Thanks to the digital PackshotCreator photo studio, customers can now easily choose their cosmetics via high definition cosmetics photos!




 


Editor at PackshotCreator, the international provider of interactive product photo solutions including high definition photos, 360 degree animations and 3D animations.

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Friday, August 11, 2017

Scrapbooking More Than 2 Photos on a Page

Scrapbooking More Than 2 Photos on a Page

Scrapbooking layouts can be as simple or as elaborate as you wish. Often layouts become artistic masterpieces in themselves - regardless of the photo used. The embellishments and techniques which can be used is limitless. This scrapbooking creativity works wonderfully well for one or possibly two photos on the layout. What do you do then, if you want to include more than 2 photos on a page? Magazines are wonderful places to browse for inspiration but most of the layouts published are for less photos and more embellishments.


To create memory masterpieces with several photos can be quite easy. You need to think creatively yourself and allow your own individualism to shine through. Some suggestions which will help with this include:


Create 'collage' photo layouts. These collages can look extremely effective if done correctly. To create collage masterpieces:
1.Don't try to add every photo you have, just for the sake of it. This can look very 'scrappy' and childlike in it's appearance.
2. Do use photos with a similar theme or from the same event. This creates consistency in the layout, making it easy on the viewer who can scan the layout and see the whole story, then look closer and see the details of the individual photos.
3. Use 4-5 full size (4x6) photos positioned to allow space for a title or embellishments on one side or corner of the page.
4. Overlap the photos to eliminate distracting elements.
5. Crop the important details from lots of photos and fit them in like a jigsaw. This does require a lot of patience but does look very effective if done with an eye for detail and artistic balance.
6. Keep the 'extra's' simple. Focus on the memories and photos with the extra embellishments just that - embellishing the main focus.
7. Keep in mind what you are recording - holiday, event, childhood, family etc. Allow this to dictate the theme and feel of the layout.



Corinna Rhodes is the inspiration behind Easy Scrapbooking Ideas which is a place where you can come and gain some creative inspiration. You can see what is happening in the scrapbooking world and find links to many other wonderfully creative sites as well. If you want your scrapbooking layouts and photography to contain that 'WOW' factor then you must visit http://www.easyscrapbookingideas.com.




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Saturday, July 29, 2017

Submit Photos For Money - 3 Easy Ways to Make Money With Your Camera

Submit Photos For Money - 3 Easy Ways to Make Money With Your Camera

Did you know that you can easily submit photos for money? It's true! With just a digital camera in hand and a basic knowledge of how to take pictures, you can have yourself a profitable business. If you want to know more, read on...


Submit Photos To Stock Photo Websites For Money.


Anyone who's had to make a professional presentation knows that choosing the right pictures from stock photo websites is key. This is where you come in.


If you have time to spare, why don't you take pictures of people, places and things that you feel may come in handy during presentations? You can take pictures of folded bills, a stack of coins, a laptop user or even a steaming cup of coffee!


Just make sure that when you take pictures of people, you have their full consent for doing so. Submit these photos to stock photo websites like shutterstock.com and you've got yourself a growing business!


Submit Photos To Magazines For Money.


With so many different kinds of magazines out there, you won't run out of opportunities to showcase your talent and earn money on the side.


The first thing you should do is send a proposal to the magazines of your choice. You can easily look up their addresses online or in the magazines themselves. Choose some of your best works and enclose a cover letter with them stating your intent. Send them via snail mail or online, and wait for offers to come streaming in.


Another way to increase your chances of being considered is by including a story proposal or an already-written article with your photo.


Submit Photos To Photo Contests For Money.


Simply search for "photography contests" in Google and you'll have no problem finding one. Magazines and newspapers are also a great way to look for photography contests.


Before submitting your entry, however, be sure to take a look at past winning entries and award-winning photographs. They may give you a better idea of how to take great pictures and increase your chances of winning!


A lot of people make a living by submitting photos for money. Now that you know how it can be done, I'm confident that you too will go a long way with your camera!



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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Ways That You Can Submit Great Photos To Baby Contests

Ways That You Can Submit Great Photos To Baby Contests

With so many proud parents in the world, no wonder baby photo contests are so popular. Of course there is usually only one winner and we all want our little darling to be it. Here are a few tips on how to submit photos to be judged for baby photo contests. Here is what the judges are looking for.

Can the judges see the baby's face? If not, then how can they judge your baby or toddler's appearance? If you have taken your cutie to a picture studio, chances are they have several shots of your child looking at a prop of some sort. These are no doubt cute pictures, but opt for the shot of your child looking at the camera. Close up facial shots are eye catching. Your baby is indeed a cutie, let the judges see that.

If you are a 1st time parent, you have probably taken too many photos to keep track of. Sorting through your tons of pictures can be a breeze if you follow this next suggestion. If it has a lot of background, move on. Family vacation photos with your little standing next to 10 cartoon characters won't work. All the background distracts the eye away from the main subject- your little one. Pictures with background are ok, as long as the main focus is your child. For example, a child swimming in a pool would be good as long as the child takes up more picture than the pool water. The pool water is all one color and your child's bright face and bathing suit colors are sure to bring the eye right to your darling.

Focusing on the baby is really important. While keeping background to a minimal is important, so is making your child the main subject. For parents with more than one child, I am sure to have tons of family shots. Keep these photos in the family scrapbooks and photo albums. Of course you can tell your children apart, but that may not be such an easy task for judges. If your children look alike that can be very difficult. Make judging as easy as possible by keeping pictures simple. Playing the guessing game will only frustrate judges. It doesn't get any easier than one person in the photo to be judged. Of course this rule doesn't apply to multiples or Mommy or Daddy and me photos.

I already know you have a dozen shots with your baby wearing huge sunglasses, daddy's baseball hat, mommy's jewelry, or a Halloween mask. Photos with props truly are cute, but they are not always suitable for baby photo contests.  Props that hide your baby's face make it hard for judges to see the true beauty of your baby.  The key is to enhance, not hide their cute faces.  For instance, wearing daddy's hat is ok as long as its to the side or back where we can see the baby's face. Halloween costumes with face covering masks or that require facial makeup, is not helping your toddler win.
Other Tips Include:

Send clear photos. Photos that are dark are pretty useless. You are not giving yourself a fair judging chance.

Red Eyes do not make appealing photos. Many online picture software can help fix that problem.

Pictures taken from far away distance, can't help judges see the child's face.

Size matters. Judges prefer pictures larger than a wallet up to size 5x7 (3x5, 4x6, 5x7 and anything in between).



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