Beauty Shot

Beauty Shot

In television advertising, a close-up shot of the product. For example, in a commercial for shampoo, a beauty shot zooms in on a bottle of the shampoo being advertised.
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Now before him, behind, on either side there was naught but glorious green beauty shot with splashes of gorgeous color that made him gasp in wonderment.
To prepare atoms for a beauty shot, researchers use a laser pulse to drive about 10,000 strontium atoms from their low-energy ground state to a high-energy, excited state.
She insists there was no deliberate attempt to outrage, saying: "Rather than trying to pick a beauty shot or find some silly outfit to wear that I'm probably going to be irritated to look at in years to come, the easiest thing for me to do was just pretend I'm at home lounging on the sofa with no clothes on.
Banish lines and wrinkles for the party season with REN's revolutionary Keep Young And Beautiful Instant Firming Beauty Shot, [euro]48.
We see on the higher end of the cookie category a return to bakeshop-style bags, but for the most part, a well-designed box with a highresolution beauty shot of the product is the most consistently preferred by the consumer.
The blonde beauty shot to fame in 2008 when she won Pick Me MTV and her career has since flourished.
The front has a special beauty shot and panorama modes.
Every shot--even of such day-to-day aspects as the inside of an engine, a lineup of practice bombs, or an aircraft tire and wheel assembly--is a beauty shot.
The impressive OV8830 8MP camera supports features such as HDR, Time Lapse, Continuous shooting, Beauty Shot and HD video recording.
The brunette beauty shot to fame as a Page 3 Girl when she was 17 and soon became the face of big brands including Foster's, Walkers and Reebok.
This bovine beauty shot to fame last year having escaped from a Bavarian slaughter house and evaded capture for over three months.
Rather than show a beauty shot, we want to get them in the mindset that cherries arc a great food to snack on at the beach or at a sporting game-that they are a great grab and go item," says Mast.