Another of one of the first pictures that shows quite nicely the paper yarn's sturdiness. But still it's mostly a playing around and trying this and that. And after taking pictures and more pictures an idea evolves - at least for the "mood shot" (as opposed to the product shot that will be a lot less spectecular). Now the picture or photography itself is becoming important - not less important than the thing that is depicted."
Above, Linda has shown us how she blends her colors together and assembles the product for buyers. She promises to show us a more detailed example in the future of her process.
Next we have a little teaser for you! Donauluft, aka Viktoria, has posted on her blog what she says will be her new autumn collection. Two photos which appear very mysterious and in the beginning stages of something wonderful!
Roxana of Illuminated Perfume has been working on her Jasmine sambac tincture. She recently posted some pictures of her studio which is in and of itself a piece of work. It is a beautiful space; clean, organized and the sort of place I imagine fresh aromas floating in and out of all day long. She too hopes to find a way to take more 'down and dirty' pictures of the actual process. I personally am very curious to see how perfume gets made, but until then I wanted to share with you a few pictures of her studio and accessories.
In the upper right photo are Jasmine sambac flowers from Roxana's garden for a tincture to be used for Cimbalom Perfume.
What are you working on ? If you are a team member go to our flickr forum and share your works along with some descriptions to share with us here next Friday. Thank you!