I just love your photos. I greatly appreciate the fact that you take the time to incorporate a decor with your nail art. Really cool and different. What's your photography setup like ? Camera, lighting, filters ?? It's a big question I know and I will understand if you do not have the time to answer... but I'm really curious. Great work !

Hello, thanks for the nice compliments! My camera is a Canon T4i, and I usually take all my pictures using a 50mm f/1.8 lens. My newest lens is a 40mm f/2.8, also a great choice for nail pics. All my photograph setups can be seen at my Flickr account, but I’ve just realized almost everything is at 1/80, f/2.8 and ISO 400, 40 or 50mm (since my two faves are fixed lenses…). For the lighting, I usually make it with two lamps, nothing really fancy or expensive, but if I could, I’d just use daylight (almost everything is photographed at night). I only have a Raynox DCR-250 macro filter, it works kind of well with my lenses and was cheaper than true macro lens. Also, I always take my time on post-editing everything, so I can get more accurate colors and nicer contrast than what my lightning, camera and lenses could provide. Hope I’ve answered your question! (:

My blogversary was on 15th, so I made this mani to celebrate!

Texturized gradient with Tomoko, Zoya and That’s What I Mint, Nicole by OPI.

Bravery, by Dany Vianna. I’ve also made a video featuring Marauder’s Map in action…

Try it here!

Sci-fi, gorgeous Color Club magnetic polish.

Cleverness, by Dany Vianna. An indie polish inspired by Ravenclaw!

Dream On, Sinful Colors and a double tape mani!

Purple, golden and green mani!

A lovely water decal and my shabby sketchbook…

Butt Taco, Man Glaze + Gaya, Penélope Luz.

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