A woman in her early 20s who is a beauty care photographer with a love for cars and beauty products told USA Today she has been photographing the cars that have adorned the covers of many of her magazines for the last three years.
“There are so many gorgeous cars that I’ve been photograpying,” said Melissa Schuessler, whose photo series “Boom” was featured on the cover of the September issue of Beauty Care Photos.
“I think a lot of people would say that there’s so much beauty, and so many beautiful cars that people love to photograph.
But I feel like it’s so important to document the cars because they are so beautiful.
It’s like being in the wild.”
Schuessler’s photos capture a wide range of cars that can be seen throughout her work, from exotic rides to small cars with only a handful of seats.
Schu Kessler says the cars in her series were taken in different states and locations.
She also said that her photographs capture the “flavor” of cars she photographed, which is often what the photographer wanted.
“Sometimes they’re really cool, and sometimes they’re just really weird,” Schu Kessler said.
“Sometimes it’s like the cars are going to fall off the road, or they’re going to break up, or you’re going, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe this car just broke into my house.’
But at the same time, they’re beautiful.”
Schus Kessler said that sometimes she would like to photograph cars that would have never been photographed.
“That’s what I like to do, is to photograph these cars that are still on the road or are still in storage or they were abandoned,” she said.
“And if you’re a photographer and you’re like, ‘Hey, I’d love to take a picture of that car and document it,’ that’s what you want to photograph.”
Schuffessler said that she takes photos of the vehicles that are most beautiful and has also photographed the vehicles with the least amount of makeup.
“I’ll take a photo of one car that’s not necessarily perfect,” Schuff Kessler said, adding that sometimes the car she takes is just a little too good.
“If I take a car with a very low profile, it’s kind of like a ‘Whoa, that car is so hot!’,” Schuf Kessler said with a laugh.
Schuff Kessler and her friends from the beauty care photography group, Beauty Care Photography 101, take photos of a number of the cars.
In one of the photos, Schuff has the luxury Mercedes-Benz GLA, a car she was driving to the beach for her wedding.
The car’s silver and gold interior, with an interior that has been “refined” by cosmetics, has been photographed with a low profile.
Schuel Kessler said the car’s owner, who has not been identified, gave her permission to take photos.
“The owner has a really good relationship with her owners,” Schuel Kessler told USA TODAY.
“And so I always give permission for photographers to take photographs of her car and I don’t feel like she was in any way trying to hide her cars from me.”
Schuel said that it is important for her to document these cars, especially in a time when more and more people are embracing beauty products.
“They’re not hiding the beauty,” she added.
“They’re just doing it better.”