By Richard Harrington | Saturday, August 09, 2014
The camera sees a person differently than the human eye does.
Everyone’s skin has a natural glow, but in front of the camera, skin can look oily and shiny.
This week on Video Gear Weekly, professional makeup artist and television stylist Kim Foley joins me to explore different options and techniques to knock out shine, even things out, and make your stars look their best on camera.
• Why it’s smart to work with a make-up stylist
• Why it’s best to create a matte look
• Which products are designed to fight shine
• How to apply them
Check out the sample video and watch this week’s complete episode on lynda.com.
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