Roger Cabello shoots for this month's Wired magazine exploring the synthetic and natural substances that color our foods, and the global increase in demand for non-artificial dyes.
I'll have two scoops of curcumin with a sprinkle of tartrazine please!
Roger Cabello shoots a plethora of neutrals for Allure magazine. When it comes to your eyes, nails, and lips this season, dont be afraid to go nuts with nudes! Turn to shades of beige, bronze, peach, and gold for a healthy, natural look.
“April hath put a spirit of youth in everything." ~ Shakespeare
With the coming of spring weather, Roger Cabello's cosmetic flowers seemed a fitting place to start of the week.
Roger Cabello's cosmetics images follow the spring's graphic black & white themes...
Roger Cabello turned his lense to a different spectrum of beauty products for Glamour magazine - hair color. With studies being done on the affect hair color has on our personality it's a hot topic as old as the question "Do blondes have more fun?" What do you think?
The smoky eye - a little bit rock n' roll, a little bit sexy...it's a "let your hair down & dance like no ones watching" kind of vibe.
Roger Cabello shot all the essentials you'll need to get the look in the most recent feature for Allure magazine.
Blushes, lipsticks and creams, oh my! Roger Cabello shoots the most coveted products of 2012 for Allure's annual Best of Beauty review.
With the tempurates rapidly rising here in NYC we have a strong case of spring fever! Roger Cabello's latest for Allure magazine have us wanting to try out these colorful cosemetics & get outside!
For an extra dose of Spring a la Roger Cabello...some of his 'cosmetics' flowers!
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CBA now proudly represents acclaimed still life photographer ROGER CABELLO. Roger specializes in cosmetics, and is an expert with textures. As a regular contributor to Allure and Vogue, Roger has photographed nearly every product imaginable over the past decade. From luxury creams, powders, and lipsticks to Estee Lauder skin care products, Revlon mascaras and L'Oreal hair color, Roger's technical wizardry takes the vibrant nature of each product, making it come alive off the page. Roger has also been producing motion video, adding another dimension to his work.